They loved it and started screaming and jumping around. After many repeat plays, they started to slow down, but we managed to catch them in the act.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Sunday, November 20, 2011
Who am I?
The girls had a super busy halloween weekend! They went to halloween party, went to the mall, then trick & treated around the neighbourhood collecting two huge overfilling pails. Naomi and Keira got the hang of standing at the door and holding their pails up for candy. Rick and I had a great time eating all the candy :)
Partying with 12 other kids!
Hanging out at the mall with their twin best friends
Its been super great weather, but I still bundled the girls when they are outside, here's a cute picture of them enjoying the fall weather.
Since I started working, time has flown by sooo fast! I can't believe the girls are turning 14 months old very soon! I've decided to fully wean them at 14 months old using travel as an excuse. It will be my first time time away from the girls overnight! Rick is going to take care of them, I think he will do a great job!
I'm sure everyone is looking forward to all the videos rather than reading this blog, so here's a few cute videos of them toddling and FIGHTING of course, enjoy!
Sunday, November 13, 2011
Our blog is a great way for us to share our latest news with friends and family. At the same time, our memories get recorded so we can go back and take a look from time to time. And no set of memories would be complete without a final record of the former hairiest member of our family (a title that has now passed on to Rick).
It's been just over a month now without our little pug. Tracy and I still miss him a lot, and we think the girls do, too. Guinness used to whine a lot for food, and eventually the girls started to think that the high pitched whimpering noise was the noise a dog made. Whenever they see a picture of a dog in a book, they make that noise. And what makes us think that the girls miss Guinness is when we hold them up to the window to look out in the back yard, they whimper for him. And when we show them videos of him on the computer, they reach for the screen. Also, a couple of times they've thrown food on the floor and then look around for him.
The day Guinness had to be put down, the girls both gave him a few pats good-bye. Keira even tried to give him a good-bye bite. I know it's unlikely that they will remember him when they're older, but it's nice to see them holding on to that memory as long as possible. And now, they'll always have this blog post to look back on.
I made a video, just to quickly look through the highlights of the photos we have of him. We have a lot of photos of him. He was our kid before we had kids.