The month of March is here...and I'm NOT talking about college basketball!
I'm probably going to lose my mind.
This month is full of SO many things for our family. It's Miss O.'s and my birth month, as well as quite a few other family members.
For example, this week alone, we have the father/daughter dance Friday night, a cousin's birthday party on Saturday up North, and a first birthday party for a friend's daughter on Sunday. I haven't found a dress for Miss O. yet, and still need to purchase 2 birthday presents. On the list of things to do, finish planning Miss O.'s party, secure goody bag treats, and design a cake. (Miss O. is adamant that I bake her cake...)
I am crazy.
If I get through the month without a major meltdown, I will consider it a success!
Overall, I can't complain...things are going pretty well here.
The twins are starting to become mobile. Scary! So far, they can only get up on all fours and propel themselves backwards. They are both enjoying trying out solid food and Pretty Girl has popped 2 teeth over the last 2 weeks. If we could sleep through the night things would be better, but I'm hoping that will come with time...sadly, they seem to be no where near doing so.
Lots on my mind and plenty of things to say, but no time to post! I'm going to try to bang out a couple of posts in the next couple of days, and try to comment on the blogs I'm reading. I can't figure out how anyone with babies finds a way to do so...I must be doing something wrong!
So, I leave you with a couple of questions....any input is appreciated!
How much should 7 month old children eat when it comes to solids?
Right now the twins have a jar of baby food for lunch and dinner, plus puffs/rice teethers while we eat dinner, and cereal before bed. Pretty Girl still nurses on demand and Big Boy drinks about five, 6 oz bottles of half BM, half formula a day.
Does anyone have the Nike + for running? Do you need special shoes to make it work or can you attach it to any shoe? Do you like it? Why?
I'm thinking about asking for it for my birthday, but don't really understand how it works. I have an ipod touch, which is compatible, but worry that I need new shoes, too!
If you are a SAHM after working, how did you adjust to not working?
There is a whole post brewing in my head on this one...I think I'm finally falling into a routine and feeling like I'm actually contributing to the household. I won't lie, though, I don't like not having an income!