Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Babies babies babies


Here's J Bug, modeling a Y2k band aid. It didn't show up well in the pic, but it says "Year 2000! Y2K!" You'd think with as many times as I slice my finger while cooking, I'd have more current band aids in the house.


Marge In Charge is truly enjoying these babies. Aw, look at the Way Cool Red Couch. It's seen better days. Here's what you shouldn't do. You shouldn't run out and furnish your entire home in brand new, lovely furnishings and THEN have kids. We were thinking with the same brain that bought this stupid house in the first place. Then again, it's kind of cool. I have baby drool and who knows what else all over the Way Cool Couch. Does that make it even cooler?


I can't wait until the first Nosy Nelly at the grocery store makes a stupid comment about these two being sisters. Unless of course, it's Nelly the rap star. I will ask him to autograph Juna's rather large forehead. I'm kidding! Humor, har har. Look, Avie has a large forehead, too. It's supposed to be a sign of intelligence. Or perhaps it just means my kids will need bangs once they have hair.


Yes, they are wearing matching dresses. I've read up on artificial twinning (all the experts are dead set against it) and they say please do not dress your artificial twins alike. This is why they are wearing matching dresses. It's my way of saying thanks, experts. Come up with something better than the term artificial twin, will you? Just look at that smile on Avie!

7 comments:

Katie said...

I'm smirking at your "artificial twinning" reference. It really is a clinical sounding name. Doesn't seem to fit your beautiful girls. By the way - at the picnic on Sat. Rebecca and I spent about 10 minutes laughing hysterically about your Barbie goes home with Chinese/Guatemalan baby post. I had tears running down my face. I think I'll go back and read it again. And your red couches are still cool - even with a bit of drool. Looked like they were holding up pretty well to me. Heck you should see our disgusting couch. 3 dogs are pretty hard on it. I am now keeping the cushions up in efforts to keep them off. Unfortunately that makes it tough to sit on. Marc even claims he doesn't know how to put them right. I think he can figure out if he puts his mind to it though. I am desperate for a nice new sofa. Unfortunately the one I want is a tad out of the old budget.

Katie said...

Juna looks a whole lot like her big sis in that first picture!

Molly said...

Do whatever you want to with the girls as far as dressing them! Screw what the experts have to say on that one.

Laura in VA said...

Jaden,

Talk about a nosey nelly at the grocery store this lady said to my sister in law who had both my nephews with her... (who look nothing a like) "they must have 2 different fathers!!!" TRUE story... maybe you will get that comment :)

Laura in VA

twolinesonastick said...

Oh I think they look adorable dressed alike! Who cares what "the experts" say. They've been wrong a lot of times before.

Lynnette said...

They are so adorable and OBVIOUSLY sisters! LOVE the dresses!! (hee...hee...) By the way, they pretty much say the same thing about "natural" twins. (If I used donor eggs does that make them unnatural?!) I dress the twins alike but in different colors until they have a say or I find a really good deal on the same color. (Hence, the two pink eyelets, on two seperate shopping trips) Dressing them alike is mainly to shut up the stupid questions I get, "Are they twins?" "Both boys?" Uh, no, that is why I display the pink and the lavender so prominently...pretty much did away with most blue clothes around here. Nice to see you guys the other day, call me if you need to talk!

Dianna said...

Laura - my nephews have the same dad and look completely different. One is this little blonde, Nordic creature and the other is a dark, Mediterranean looking boy. She gets so many "different dad" comments which is so off.