This week Bo and Rev before their maiden voyage in the side-by-side Maclaren (Twin Triumph). We came back inside approximately two minutes later because a wind storm was knocking the fronds off the local palms (not ideal) but for a moment, it was pretty fun seeing the lil' ladies sit side by side, their differences even more pronounced.
... the girls will be three-months next week. THREE WHOLE MONTHS!
Bo knows: smiles
This week I went to see about another Steve, except this "Steve" was not a rental. He was an Essssssteban and he was for sale. I even went so far as to tour Estaban with our Real Estate Agent and as I type this, am compiling the necessary docs to go over loan possibilities with our mortgage broker which seems like the most adult thing of all time for some reason. After spending the last two months looking at Steves we're starting to think that purchasing an Esteban may be a better plan. More on that as soon as I have... more on that. In the meantime, here's a glimpse of Esteban #1, who is very 1920's Spanish handsome on the outside but on the inside has him some serious baggage requiring therapy in the form of a full-on kitchen renovation, etc. Still. Dude has perfect bones.
In other news, Reverie is still the easiest baby of all time.
"My name is Fable. I like to dance."
I spent all day Saturday with my friend, Dani who insisted on wearing one of the babies at all times, even in the dressing room of Zara, where we spent an hour plus trying on roped cardigans in every color. It's a really lovely feeling knowing your friends love your children and your children love them back. Also lovely? Being able to get out of the house with someone happily willing to stop every block on a walk to adjust blankets and clean pacifiers and rock babies to sleep in line at Starbucks... Dani's like a thirty-year old version of my mom which is pretty much the greatest compliment I could think to give a person.
Boheme and Reverie started laughing this week, those little baby giggles that sound like super-hiccups and make you want to cry because they're so damn beautiful.
Another exciting thing that happened this week: Reverie started sleeping through the night (EIGHT HOURS x three nights = woohoo!) If only Bo was interested in following her sister's lead. (Come on, Bo! You can do it! Bo-oh! Bo-oh! Bo-oh!)
Hope everyone had a lovely weekend.