Monthly archives: September, 2010

Wordless Wednesday – 09.29.2010



Photo Friday – 09.24.2010



Quiet play

The boys don’t really play quiet all that often, but they have been engaging in more quiet play activities. I just might be loving it. It doesn’t last for a super long time, but does add a nice break or two in our day. Their current favorites are Mr. Potato Head and Puzzles.



Wordless Wednesday – 09.22.2010



Fun at the children’s museum

More fun times from our Phoenix Children’s Museum. The boys really have a great time. What, the light and sand table isnt for tasting? Lost in the noodle forrest….



Pizza, Banana, it’s all the same

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Wordless Wednesday – 09.15.2010

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Mommy’s Little Helpers

The boys have really been into helping lately, and while it is often more of a hinderance than a help, I don’t mind one bit because they are trying their hardest. Here’s a few of the things they’ve done lately: Ezra cleaned up all the clothes, toys, hangers on their bedroom floor and put them…



Car Wash

Matt wanted to wash the car this weekend and I offered for the boys and I to “help.” He knew we wouldn’t be a help, but was happy to have fun with the boys while getting something done.



Photo Friday – 09.10.2010



Pushing my Buttons

Tonight at dinner I had about had it with the boys’ behavior. I finally turned to Ez and said, “are you trying to push all my buttons?” He then started making electronic button noises and pointing in the air like he was pushing buttons. (I know not my best parenting moment, but it was too…



How I save all the recipes I find online

If you are like me, you love to find new yummy recipes to try. I find most of my new recipes from other people’s blogs. Apparently we all really like to talk about food, or just the people I follow do. For the longest time I had no idea how to successfully organize the online…



Wordless Wednesday – 09.08.2010



Halloween Costume Ideas

We tried on the boys’ costumes from last year and they still fit, but the boys absolutely do NOT like having something over their heads. This rules out lots of cute costumes for toddlers. I would like to hear your ideas for Halloween Costumes for twin boys, with no masks or head pieces. Hats might…