Sorry to be MIA lately! With my au pair gone, my toddler's school starting, my twins teething, crawling, and starting to stand up, I've been a complete basketcase. I miss reading your blog! Today I'm catching up on my reading and just wanted to drop a line to say hi. Hi! ;)
actually the moms I have contact with in my multiples group arent on so I havent gotten any replies about it. Its really strange I can go to layout and settings as well but wont let me go to the help section. If you hear of anyone else having trouble just drop me a note. I will figure it out one way or another.
Hi thanks for leaving me a comment and thank you for the tag on my blog. My daughter is 30 weeks now and still going to school. Not sure how things will fall into place once she has had them and goes back.
Isn't Tahoe beautiful?? We love it there! We haven't taken all 4 kids there yet (just Cole and Bella) but my husband would love to teach all of them how to ski at some point. Summertime is nice there too...sitting on the beach, dipping your feet in the cool water....awww, I so wanna be there right now!
We're taking Cole and Bella to Disneyland next month but leaving the little twins at home. I think we'll hit Legoland too since we've never been. We took C & B to San Diego Zoo a couple years ago and they loved it! It's a huge hit with little kids...also Sea World is great too!
Michele's blog is great, isn't it? I love her sense of humor!!
Small world! I went to Northgate HS because they took kids who lived just over the border in Concord. Like you said, Walnut Creek is super expensive! Graduated in '94.
My best friend just moved to Dublin and my brother and his wife (both bloggers) are in San Jose. I don't know when we'll be traveling again, but when we do, I want to book a family vaca to Tahoe to teach all the kids to ski. Or hit San Diego to go to the zoo, Wild Animal Park, Sea World, Disney, etc. Have you taken any trips? They make me nervous since I want to make sure everyone has a good time and make my fiscally conservative husband break out in a rash. :) Love fourtimesthefun blog. Looks like they just took vacation, so it must be doable.
Just wanted to let you know that I put a link to your blog from mine. Hope you don't mind, but I wanted people to be able to see other twin blogs and yours more than qualifies. ;) If you want me to remove it, just let me know!
Oh, and I'm originally from San Diego even though I now live near Boston. Glad to find some Californians on here!
Just saw your comments on my blog! I love the latest pics of Landon on your blog. Mine are just getting ready to crawl and my husband keeps putting them face-to-face and announcing it's time for "baby wars." It's really nice to connect to other sane parents of twins...
I know - you obviously didn't think about the possiblity of triplets!!! (you will now ;p) I've had to subscribe to your blog - I think it's going to be a very interesting journey you're on :) Have a great day/night (ooooh its so confusing being on the other side of the world!!!)
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