7:00 a.m. My alarm goes off for my 10K. I put babies in my bed for snuggles after I realized they slept all night. This hasn't happened in a week! I am obviously running late.
8:00 a.m.-9:06 a.m. I finish the 10K! The weather is lovely and I am quite pleased with my 1 hr 6 minute time.
Hubby wanted you to see a photo of my butt. I'm sorry.
9:30 a.m. I arrive home and we mess around for quite some time. We have tantrums, naps, lunch, playtime, showers, hubby mows the lawn, basically it is just laid back.
1:45 p.m. We go to the mall because hubby got a promotion and he can't just wear jeans to work anymore.
2:45 p.m. We pick up my 4 year old cousin and go out to a BEAUTIFUL garden and have a wonderful time.
The babies crawled in tunnels. They have just discovered slides and love them.
Ocean's first wishing weed!
The babies absolutely adore water. They love to get in it any chance they can. They were so happy that there were many opportunities for this at the garden. I am thrilled that they love water because I do too. And Ocean's name would be pretty stupid if he was scared of water.
5:00 p.m. We head back into town to eat some dinner. We have pizza. The babies eat TWO pieces. Last week they went to daycare for one day and she had to text me to tell me they eat a lot. They also each ate an entire turkey sandwich for lunch. Wowza! I can't believe Peanut is only in the 15th percentile for weight with these eating habits. I enjoy a glass of wine. I feel a little on the trashy side watching my one year olds eat pizza directly off the table (with cheese pulled off) while I hit the sauce. Ah well, what can you do? If you are ever in Kansas City you need to try this pizza - it has a sweet pizza sauce, cheese, pickles, mustard, onions, and hamburger. MMMMM!!!!
6:15 p.m. Babies play out on the deck for awhile as I sit on hubby's lap and we watch. They are so funny. They have a house and a barbecue that is their size and they are very busy. Ocean goes out front with hubby to water plants and Peanut sits on my lap while we watch them. She pulls of my sunglasses and tries unsuccessfully to put them on.
7:30 p.m. It's bathtime! I take a little break because I am starting to feel the burn from my 6 and something mile run this morning.
8:00 p.m. We give them their big bottles (pedi said we could wait until 15 months to take them off, just so you know) and they drift off to sleep. Both of them are in their cribs by 8:45.
I am going to bed early again this Saturday as I am sore as hell and also tired from a lovely afternoon outdoors!