Saturday, September 27, 2008

More than 20 minutes?

This week the boys had a lot of firsts. Their first ice cream from Zestos, first piece of cake, first time Ben took off his diaper and strolled around the playroom naked, first Barn Fest in Ohio, first time at Chick-Fil-A. As you all know, I could go on and on (because it takes me like 20 minutes to tell a 5 minute story). So here's my 20 minute story: we went to Zestos this week with Grandma and Grandpa B. The boys ate vanilla icecream...yummy! They made "icky" faces at first, but then they LOVED it.

Adam had brain freeze...brrr!!! Grandpa B. was also making silly faces! Silly Grandpa!

We met our friends from the NICU reunion at Chick-Fil-A on Wednesday. I must say everyone was so nice. The manager came out and opened the door for us, he also got us refills and kept the boys entertained. The cashier took our food to our table, and they helped us pack up to leave, AND they were swamped too! We will make that our regular hangout. They also have a really cool play area. I don't have any pics from this visit, but we had fun.

Ben played a Matthew McConaughey minus the bongos. Friday, Chris took care of the boys while I was out. They took a nap in their diapers, and he put them in their playroom when they woke up. Everything was peachy keen until Daddy left for 2 seconds, came back, and Ben was stark naked. Thank goodness poop wasn't an issue, but this is how Daddy dressed them. He had such a hard time getting their shorts on that that's all he managed to get on them.

Today was a very busy day. First, we went to the Barn Fest with Grandma B. It's pretty cool. They have lots of neat crafts and their was a band. The boys liked the music. They were so good. They really like the new stroller. We made a new friend, Garrett. He was so cute; he was trying to figure out how I had 3 babies all the same age. He has a baby sister who is 11 months old, so the whole concept of triplets was mind-boggling. We also met some of Grandma B.'s friends. They were very nice, and they made the boys laugh and played peek-a-boo.

They didn't take much of a nap though, so by the time we got to Logan's party, they were a bit grouchy. But birthday cake made them feel all better.

Adam and Jacob helped Logan unwrap his gifts. Ben and Grandma P. cheered him on while he played with his new T-ball set.


I'm sure this took more than 20 minutes to read because it took me about 1/2 hour to write.

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