Sunday, January 6, 2008

Monkey See, Monkey Do

Blog blog, blog blog blog, BLOG! This word has become a regular in my vocabulary. Pretty soon I'll be talking about bluetooth and Wii or whatever it is called.

Crazy crazy world we live in and its always changing. AND, speaking of change, today we brought up the Step 2 Kangaroo Climber that had been in Jacob's playroom for the babies to play with. They loved it! So much that they were fighting over it. (No surprise there) Brooke found something new to stand at the top of and dare us to come get her. Matthew and John tried getting through the door at the same time with little success. BTW, we had a great day for napping! John took an almost 2 hour nap and Brooke and Matthew took an almost 3 hour nap.

It was a much needed change as they don't have very many toys to play with. Don't look to closely in the pictures I post because you'll see the few toys that they do have scattered around. Can you believe that we pick them up twice a day? Before nap time and then when the babies go to bed.

We got the hat box out again today and the babies had so much fun trying on hats. (See Flickr pictures post)

Jacob is now getting sick. He came home from Grandma Callaways today with a fever. I gave him ibuprofen and some cold medicine and within 20 minutes he was up supervising the babies. I was holding him in my arms, cradled like a baby, right after he got home. He was crying and moaning. I striped him down to his underwear and was waiting for Scott to get his pjs. The babies came over and did what primates normally do to others of their kind. Matthew and John start picking at Jacob and then pinching his back. Brooke just kept snapping the elastic on his underwear. During this Jacob starts crying and moaning more and I think the babies were concerned, however their ways of showing it needed some work. Jacob was too sick to appreciate their "concern" however, I found it hilarious. Jacob didn't like my laughing when he was feeling so bad. And by the way, he insists that he doesn't have a fever, just a cold.

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