Showing posts from February, 2015

Quadruple the Love 2015

We hope that everyone had a very happy Valentine's Day! We definitely spent our day making some simple, fun, family memories. After sleeping in (the babies slept until 8:00 AM), we all woke up and spent some time snuggling in Mommy and Daddy's bed. We then had a breakfast of french toast, yogurt and bananas before getting dressed and loading up in the van. We had a few errands to run, so we headed into town and knocked those out. Then, the search was on for Mommy's anniversary, Christmas, birthday, and Valentine's Day present. Yup, I waited a long time but I finally get to scratch one of the things off my want list. (Don't judge! When you've got four babies, gifts are definitely a luxury and we don't get them that often.) 

So what did I get you ask? I got a Silhouette Cameo Electronic Cutting Machine Starter Bundle. I've been wanting one for ages to make all kinds of crafty projects for our home and for the babies. Did you see the t-shirts we wore for th…

We Have Four One-Year-Olds (Wow!)

Hi! I've emerged from the trenches so that I can give an update on what all has been going on. As you've probably guessed, having four toddlers has thrown us into a completely new ballgame and just like when we first came home from the hospital, it's definitely taking some adjustment time.

Can you believe that we have four one-year-olds already? The babies celebrated their first birthday at the end of January. Because their special day falls right in the middle of RSV and flu season, we opted not to have a big party for them. Trust us, we DEFINITELY wanted to celebrate making it through the first year, but when it comes to their health, we weren't willing to run the risk. Instead, we chose to invite over our immediate family and made sure everyone was warned that if they were sick or had been around anyone that had been sick, we preferred them to come visit another time. 

The celebrating began the weekend before their actual birthday when Uncle Wayne and Aunt Laurie came…