Good evening all,
It was a toasty 78 degrees and sunny here in Arizona today. It was nice to air out the house, but even with a slight breeze and several windows open NOTHING can change the fact that everything we own now smells like Huggies baby wipes. I was driving to work this morning and caught a whiff of the baby wipes... I realized it was my own shirt! There is no escaping the saturating nature of whatever they put in those things. Eau de Toilette is now Eau de Huggies for everyone in the Webb house.
Anyway, Kendra and I took the twins to the pediatrician and both babies are great! Easton weighs 7 lbs. and Layla weighs 5 lbs. 12 oz., which is perfectly in line with where they should be. Kendra was relieved to find out some of the things she was worried about were normal and expected. We made the most of our visit by asking many questions and the pediatrician was patient enough to provide answers and assurance.
Kendra and I went to dinner alone as an early celebration of my birthday coming up this weekend. Being my choice of where to go, I chose sushi! Nothing says, "happy birthday to me" like a big plate of raw fish. That's right, I DIG the sashimi! We chose to be adventurous and try a new place and it turned out to be a pleasant experience. While we were gone Oma Burgess took this cute picture of Easton's feet sticking out from under the blanket he was sleeping on. It's a little fuzzy, but then again... so is Easton.
No, this next picture is NOT Kendra choking poor Easton. While she was burping him tonight Easton fell asleep in that position. He was upright with his chest and neck against her hand. She said he looks like a mummy and started making mummy-like "moaning" sounds as she moved his head around in a circle. Yes, this is what we call entertainment! Time to go to bed and get some sleep before the twins wake up for their 2:00 AM feeding. We're building happy babies at the Webb house, not cars like Henry Ford, but the concept is close enough. Here's your quote for the day:
"Coming together is a beginning, keeping together is progress, working togethers is success". -Henry Ford