The last four months I’ve spent more time in my pj’s than any other time in my life. I’m totally okay with that. Having twins isn’t exactly any more difficult than having one baby at a time. It does have a few issues like: how do I feed two babies at one time? How do I hold two crying babies (still haven’t mastered this one)? How do I survive when Mike is at work for a few days in a row (see note above about staying in my pj’s).
We use a Baby Brezza and let me tell you, it’s worth every nickel we spent on it. Game Changer. We also keep them on the same schedule and that works really well for us. At 3 months they were sleeping through the night – and since they were born a month early their adjusted age was 2 months old…winning.

Here’s a few pics from the last few days. I just can’t help myself, they’re so cute!

Mini E likes to sleep with her lamby pacifier on her head. So cute!
Mr. Photogenic. He’s got me wrapped around his little pinky.
E turned 9. I can’t believe she is halfway to adulthood. She is turning into such a responsible and helpful little person. I get all choked up when I start to think about how much she has changed and grown in just the last year.

And Red. Everyday she says the funniest things. For example the other day we were taking the escalator to the Ikea showroom when Red grabs my hand on the escalator and pulls me back to stop me from walking up it, “mom, aren’t these made for those who aren’t walking?” She sees the world through a rainbow filter and makes every moment colorful.

This is our last week of summer vacation and I’m going to miss our impromptu get togethers and unplanned activities. I’m savoring these last few days because if there’s one thing I’ve learned about E turning 9 – it’s that time doesn’t give anyone a break and it just keeps on flying by.  ducklow
E at 5 months old.

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  1. That is so true, time waits for no one. Live in the present, embrace your blessings. Thanks for sharing, I truly enjoy your post.

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