Monthly Archives: February 2015

Almost there…

This week Drew has become a little more stable on her feet, so we figured we would let her try our the push walker and see how it went. Not gonna lie, it was a little terrifying and we were walking behind her waiting for her to fall. But in true Drew fashion, she proved
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Peek-a-boo

We started our own version of Peek-a-boo with Drew a little while ago, and only recently has Addison started also doing the same thing. Excuse the attire and shambles of our house in the background….. Peek-a-boo from Jan G on Vimeo.

Creepy Crawly and the Slug

So while Addison has been happily cruising around the house, Drew has been getting a little envious of her new found freedom. So she has devised her own way of transporting herself around the house….. Creepy Crawly and the Slug from Jan G on Vimeo.

It has happened….

….the twins are now mobile, or at least one of them is. Addison got her hands and knees coordinated and is on the move. Drew hasn’t quite gotten the crawling piece put together yet but loves the wood floor as she drags herself all over the place in a commando crawl. Very happy we got
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Laughing with Great Grandma

We had a lovely visit with Great Grandma (GG as she hates to be called) and Great Grandpa (the old man as he loves to be called). The kids were in great spirits laughing and giggling, playing with their special toys. Check out some of the laughs: Great Grandma 2015-01-23 from Jan G on Vimeo.

“Football” Fans

Two types of “Football” fever have swept through our house in the past week. The real Football, the Superbowl between the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots occurred this past Sunday. With swimming skipped for the day due to the kids colds we were able to watch all of the coverage, had some great
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January Goings-Ons

The last few weeks we have been plagued by colds and teeth that just won’t break through, so it’s been a cranky household! Addison, my happy teether (yes I jinxed myself), has had a rough time with one of her top teeth. It would just not break through the surface, making it painful for her.
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