I liked the idea because Jared and I are always wondering "What in the world did we DO before we had kids??" and I often think "How did we survive twin infants?" All of these things are sort of a blur so I think I will appreciate knowing what my life was like on the week of August 1st 2011. I think she encourages you to do this yearly.
Anyways, as boring as it may seem right now, here we go.
Our day starts with Addie jabbering in her crib. Her jabbering turns to crying and I get out of bed and head into the kitchen to make her bottle, open the blinds and head to her room.
I had my first green smoothie (well first one that I liked) today. I used kale instead of spinach and it was so much better. Here's some useful smoothie info. AND the health benefits of kale are insane!! Truly, Google it!
Today the boys vegged out because we were having a play date and Mama needed to clean up the breakfast mess. They were watching Team Umi Zoomi, I think and eating dry cereal out of a bowl with sippy cups. To my defense, I did try to get them to drink the smoothie but we will have to go back to the drawing board because they were NOT havin' it. And the sippy cups were because sometimes I don't want to deal with MORE of a mess. :)
The play date was a lot of fun and the boys were tired so it was quiet time. Eli was in my room and awake so I decided to snag a pic of him and Mama.
The boys ended up falling asleep so I headed for the dishes. There are ALWAYS dishes to be done AND there seems to always be a milk ring on the counter too. :)
Addie's post dinner meltdown. She wasn't happy with the fact that everyone had left the table. I was balancing the checkbook, Jared was getting ready for our walk and the boys were playing.
A horrible picture of us ready for a walk. "Someone" might have hurried, snapped a picture and then taken the camera in the house before "someone" looked at the results.
And that, my friends, is a Monday.....well, after I do the dinner dishes and pack snacks for tomorrow and shower and read a little. But the day always feels over once the little ones are in bed. Ahhhhh.