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Sweet squishy cheeks

by Juliemara
04.16.12

Weekends are the best, I know this is my standard topic for Monday mornings, but its true. All week we look forward to two whole days of holding the girls in our arms and playing with them from morning until night. In the mornings when the girls wake up we feed them then spend the next hour playing with toys, reading stories, singing and dancing to Hebrew YouTube clips of children’s songs or just cuddling babies. Then during their hour long morning nap we eat breakfast get dressed and pack all our bags that we need for the days outing. We need a lot. 10 bottles with water in them, powdered formula already measured out, twenty diapers, plenty of wipes, butt cream, changing pad, cloth bibs, burp cloths, pacifiers and a back up set, muslin blankets, a banana, a fork for mashing, baby spoons, plastic bibs, a blanket for the ground, toys and a few sets of extra clothes. And we’re are ready to go. Almost, don’t forget sunscreen for us and the babies, carriers and snacks for us. If we are going to a park we bring an umbrella.20120415-230138.jpg20120415-230147.jpgThis weekend we introduced the girls to one of our favorite warm weather activities, festival season! All spring and summer long there are weekend festivals all over Atlanta. Festival food, crafters and music. Mostly it’s just something fun to do while walking around outside.20120415-230158.jpg

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After a super busy and fun filled weekend the girls went to sleep with out a peep, woke up and cried a little around 8, went back to sleep quickly and slept soundly until 6:45 this morning. Woohoo!

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  1. Patricia Andrews permalink
    April 16, 2012

    What a joy to read about your little” precious family”! Thank you for sharing the beauty of each moment!

    • April 16, 2012

      It’s my pleasure! I hope the girls appreciate this family yearbook one day when they are grownup.

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