The twins are officially one year and 5 days and . . . .
they still drink from a bottle! Yes, it's true. I have not made the leap and yanked the bottle from their sweet little hands. I know this is a big no no and the bottle should be gone, but they really like it. My goal is actually 18 months being one hundred percent bottle free. This is so not cool by mommy rules, but in this house this mama will do what I want to! And basically I'm a huge sucker and want my babies to be happy. I'm also tired so I sometimes just do the easiest thing.
My boo bear Osh can drink from a sippy and a straw really well, but his little sis is having some difficulty still. I think Osh is about done anyway, he doesn't even want a bottle first thing in the morning and they rarely finish it when they get it but I'm thinkin' we need a little more time.
We are pretty much 100% on soy milk now and not formula which my wallet is thankful for.
What my wallet is not thankful for is daycare. I am going to be tacky and let you know how much money will be taken from my wallet each month very soon if these monkey will learn to walk.
Are you sure?
$1300.00. Per month. It hurts me to see it. Owie.
Ready for my other tales of laziness?
I am running a 10K on Saturday and I told myself that I would definitely work out at least twice this week just to stay "warm." I didn't. On Monday night I went to the movies to see Water for Elephants instead of working out. It was wonderful and Robert Pattinson was just his regular dreamy dream boat self. Tuesday I went to Target and hit the sack early instead of working out. Due to the fact that the monkeys stayed up ALL. NIGHT. last night I'm sure I won't work out tonight either. Cross your fingers for tomorrow at least!
The good news is that the babies looked ADORABLE on Sunday in their Easter outfits! I got teary eyed after they were all dressed. They are just gorgeous little things. We usually roll in comfy clothes, like cotton ensembles from Carter's because we play a lot so we don't get too fancy so it is so special to see them dressed so cute! Easter is quite laid back for us because we are not religious. Please don't hold that against me, I know it's tough for some people to understand, but we're not. If you have questions about that you are welcome to ask as it seems to usually spark interest in some people.
Happy hump day! It's all downhill from here and almost the weekend!! I have off so I get to spend FOUR straight days with the monkeys starting tomorrow, woo woo!