Saturday, May 16, 2009

May 16th Bath time!

We were all up today by 7:30am. After the babies were fed Josh and Elizabeth made pancakes and I made blueberry muffins for breakfast.

My cousin Carey and my aunt Gail stopped in to meet the girls this morning. My mom stopped in around noon. She brought over a chicken and the rotisserie to cook it in for dinner. It turned out very yummy and was so easy to use.

Josh and Elizabeth went to his school and Elizabeth played on the playground for little bit. They returned bottles and did some Geocaching in the area. Elizabeth came back with two rhinos from one of the caches for the girls. What a sweat big sister!

Elizabeth and I gave the girls their first bath at home before their feedings this evening. They both enjoyed being in the tub unlike their big sister. Check out the video clips Josh posted earlier.

Nanny is coming down tomorrow!


  1. Wow! So much has happened since Wed. We just got back from Philadelphia and I'm catching up on your blogs! So glad to hear that you are all home! All three are just beautiful!

    Talk to you soon!


  2. Oh, they are so cute and tiny! Elizabeth, you are a doll! What a great job you are doing helping Mom and Dad!

    Susan, thanks for the posts!

  3. The videos are precious! Just not long enough!! LOL!! Elizabeth is such a great Momma's helper!! You guys bring joy to all us blog readers : )) Thanks you sooo much for doing it!! XXOO TT

  4. Thanks for sharing with us. Love to follow how things are going. We think of you often and how busy you must be. Enjoy.

    The Batsons

  5. hi, Suzi~
    I really want to meet them. Of course I am emotional and crying at work, because you are all so sweet and I can't wait for my own. and we can have play dates. I hope that you are doing well. I miss you. This summer we will have to get together for beach/walk days.
    love you. marcyxx

  6. Elizabeth isn't it fun to have two live dollies to give a bath? You are so lucky they like it as my girl hated and I mean hated her bath. Have fun everyone they are dolls.
    Love to all,
    Aunt Liz