Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Something to add

I have something to add to the top 15 things said to parents of twins. (I guess it's the top 16 now)

Said to a parent of newborn twins that just got home a week ago from the hospital " What do they do at home?" (Actually they juggle and they are great swimmers. What do you think they do?)

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Polls, polls and STILL more Poles!!!

Today I decided to make 5 polls.(one for each kid in this family)If you read this you MUST POST A COMMENT!

Out of all what is your favorite animal.

3.horned lizard

Your favorite drink...
1.orange juice.
3.coke (diet or regular)

I can not do any more polls for 2 reasons:

1.I'm tired
2.It's bed time so I'VE GOT TO GO!


Monday, May 19, 2008

My Favorite Picture

I will come back to post the story of the twins birth but for now a picture is worth a thousand words...

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Trying out our new web cam

Stevie got a new digital camera for his birthday. He actually got 2. One of them is able to be a web cam. So here is our first web cast.

The Top 15 Stupid Things People Say to Parents of Twins

A friend of mine sent this to me and I thought it was pretty funny...

15. “I could never do it.” (Oh really. What would you do? Are you suggesting I put them on the curb with signs around their necks that say, “Free to a good home. My mom can’t do it.”?)

14. “Do they have different personalities?” (No. They are the same human being divided into two parts.)

13. Said by a stranger, “They’re identical, right?” Mom answers, “No. They’re fraternal.” Stranger response, “They are NOT!” (OK. You’re right. I have no idea what I’m talking about. These are not my children. I thought it would be fun to borrow them from a mom down at Baby Gap. It’s been more than an hour. I guess I should return them.)

12. “Are they ‘paternal’ twins?” (Yes. They have a father. There was only one virgin birth.)

11. “Just wait till they’re older. It only gets harder.” (Thank you. I woke up this morning hoping I’d receive a word of discouragement while pushing a cart of preschoolers down the cereal aisle.)

10. “When one cries, does he wake the other?” (No. Twins cannot hear each other’s cries because they all communicate with their special telepathic language only.)

9. From a perfect stranger: “Were they in the same sac?” (Hello. Nice to meet you, too. Will you be sharing your gynecological history with me as well?)

8. “Are they developmentally behind?” (Well, let’s see. They’re 3 years old and thus far, all their graduate school applications have been denied. We’ll get back with you on that.)

7. “How do you do it?” (Haven’t you seen the Nike commercials?)

6. "Which one is the 'good' one?" (other variations of similar comments - "This one is prettier." "Which one cries more?" (Do people hear themselves when they speak??)

5. “You must be SO busy.” (Are you volunteering to clean my house?)

4. Said to a mom of fraternal twins who are different sizes, have different eye color and different face structure: “How do you tell them apart?” (I just look at them.)

3. “What do you do when they both cry at the same time?” (Sometimes I cry. Sometimes I go to Starbucks.)

2. Said to a mom of boy/girl twins: “Are they identical?” (Uh. Not exactly.)

1. Only one comment could be voted No. 1. The choice was clear. Drum roll, please. After a stranger had been informed that the toddler boys were twins, she asked a simple question: “Are they brothers?” (Enough said.)

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Getting ........ FUN!

By: Gabi :)

So far living with twins is not 2 complicated (4 me) but when you live where we all live u will have to follow some rules:

1) Do EVERYTHING u r supposed 2 do with OUT being told.

2) Don't leave things that mark furniture (Sofie wise).

Mom's most important rules:



Trust me there r consequences..........