The kids really seem to enjoy the baby jail. We got it at http://www.onestepahead.com We got the foam flooring at toys.r.us.

The kids slept all night. I can hardly believe it! They might have gotten up, but I never heard them. I was exhausted when I went to bed at 9 last night. I never heard a peep. How the mighty have fallen…I used to be such a night owl…and now, 8 pm rolls around and I have to fight to stay awake. I even missed the end of the Phillies game and had to wait until this morning to do my happy dance all over the house.

I went over to party city to look for stuff for the birthday party. I picked up some hats, bibs and decorations for the firehouse. I also got bubbles. They had baby sesame street stuff and baby pooh stuff, but I opted fothe hugs and stitches pattern for Melissa and for Daniel. We are having a few, maybe 20 friends come up for cake and such. Nothing to big or extravagant. We are doing their party on 10/17/08. Their acutal birthday is on 10/16/08 but that is the day that my parents are closing on their new house, so we will have a small party with them on the kids birthday.

So I am looking forward to an uneventful day around here….. like there is any chance that will happen!!!

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