In Hungry Runner Girl fashion, here goes one sentence per picture!
…said no parents ever.
It’s heartbreaking! Seeing your babies in discomfort and pain, having fevers, and being extra clingy and fussy… It’s all bad!
I will admit that I am loving the extra cuddling. But the clinginess can get too much 😦 I have been warned to enjoy these kinds of moments because one day the boys will not want to hang out with me that much, but boy is it exhausting.
Luckily, the reason for their fevers is teething alone. No infections or viruses over here.
By the way… I PERFECTED THE PINK PASTA RECIPE!!! Yes, all caps were needed. I cannot believe I forgot the magic ingredient, which I’m so nice to share with you… Italian sausage!!! I updated the recipe, so check it out! (I also switched the regular diced tomatoes to petite diced tomatoes and I ate EVERY. SINGLE. ONE. If you know me, you’ll know I don’t like tomatoes in their regular form. I only will usually eat sauces and ketchup, but I’ll pick out every tomato that is “identifiable” in my meal.)
What happens when the babies have these low-grade (not so serious) fevers? They get to hang out in their diapers all day!
The boys love reading their books… as well as eating them…
We’ve stepped into the realm of YOUTUBE for mealtime. I was very hesitant doing this, but in addition to being desperate for a good distraction to keep them seating for long enough to finish their meals, I am also an advocate for educational shows like Sesame Street!
They watched the Elmo Brushing teeth song and loved it.
When the boys were feeling better later in the day, I put them in their sweet new ride! A jeep from Ninang/Auntie Marie & the boys!
I had scary visions of them as 16-year-olds behind the wheel. Eek, thank goodness that is still 15 years from now. (wow!)
Haha… can’t reach the pedal yet… But that means mommy has to push them around. Darn!
Got a drummer in the house! Found JerBear sorta drumming with some rings and a bucket!
By the way, I’m writing this right now because the hubs brought the boys out on a wagon ride. It’s become the new thing after the boys eat dinner and right before they take baths. I love my boys, but I’ll take any chance I get to have a quiet, calm house all to myself!!!