Tuesday, February 8, 2011


Wow...Parenting is just an evolving process, and things are happening so fast, my head is spinning.

Jack and Lucy are really easy babies, to say the least, and every step of the way gets easier and easier. I am loving every minute of being able to stay at home with these babies. I want so badly to keep up with all of the firsts and new things on this blog so I can turn it into a book for them one day. I promised myself that I would not make this blog only about my children...but right now that is the only thing I have to write about, because, my life IS my children. They are way too much fun. Yes, I am still taking time for myself. I have help every Monday, Wednesday and Friday so I can go to the gym, grocery shopping and to my Junior League meetings and such...but other than that...Jack and Lucy are center focus!

I am so amazed at how everything evolves.... 2 weeks ago, they started taking a 7.5 oz bottle every 4 hours and started a nap schedule. They nap from 9-11 and 1-3. Those naps were taken together, all snug as a bug in rug in their little swaddlers side-by-side in their pack and play. It was my favorite site to see...those little chubby cheeks, usually turned in the same direction, sleeping soundly with the comfort of the other beside them. Well, we are getting older now, and starting to notice each other, and wake each other up. So, Jack started yesterday napping in his own bed, and Lucy followed him today. They are still swaddled and cute as can be, but they are UPSTAIRS in their OWN beds for nap time...just like big kids! :(

Why, oh why, did I want to cry when I looked at that empty pack and play during nap time today...it is supposed to be this way, right? They are moving into a normal schedule, and "POOF" my "newborns" are GONE...!


Mrs. Wade said...

Time goes quickly! Your babies are gorgeous. I hope I can meet them in the grove next year!!!

EPatterson26 said...


I was wondering if you accept guest posts? I have an article/event that I would like to submit in regards to childhood obesity. It is about dancing and how it can be a fun way for kids to exercise. Primrose Schools is hosting a Dance Off competition (with proceeds going the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals) for families and I think it is something you and your readers would enjoy!

I look forward to hearing from you!

Thank you,
Emily Patterson

Jack, Missy, Holden and Wilson said...

Hey Adair! Jack and Lucy are PRECIOUS!!!! I am glad that I found your blog because I know I can use it as a reference tool!!! :) I am amazed that they are sleeping so well! Our little boy was not a great sleeper so I am praying Audrey and Ella will be!! I am 34 weeks and praising God that we have made it this far! I welcome any advice or recommendations you might have when it comes to twins!!! Congrats again on your precious babies!!! Take care!! :)Missy