What happens when you try and document a picture a day at the same time you have a baby? You mess up on the days. Somehow I doubled up on the number I gave a picture to and it messed up my numbers. I’m not going back to figure out where. #aintnobodygottimeforthat
Yet again, here is TWO weeks worth of a little snippet of our lives.
Day 211: Friends came over to play. We had 5 kids under the age of 3 years old. But I’m glad I get to do this job with my bestie, Kristen. These are her twins and it puts my ONE baby into perspective. I still can’t believe you have twins!
Day 212: Good morning peeps! 5 weeks old.
Day 213: My toddler is crazy! Y’all, sometimes I wonder why God thought I could handle two boys. If Beckham is any indication of what Maddox will be like, I’m in trouble. God is really teaching me some things as a boy mom!
Day 214: Speaking of crazy, I wanted to document this day. This kid WILL be doing something in his future that involves his lightening speed. I’m not even kidding how fast he is. Ryan was jogging at his normal pace and B was still staying ahead of him. It makes park play dates miserable since he thinks running AWAY from mommy is a game.
Day 215: A wonderful, rare moment these days. Ryan was at church with Beckham and Maddox was sleeping. I’m so behind on my devotional, but it’s the one thing I really need to do every day. I don’t start going to church until our babies are past 6 weeks, preferably 2 months when they’ve been vaccinated with the first round. Too many hands wanting to touch him and too many germs!
Day 216: This is why moms stay in their pj’s and don’t bother with make-up. I’m covered in vomit.
Day 217: It was bound to happen sometime…Beckham got peed on by baby brother. He was shocked.
This also has been happening in our house the last couple of weeks. First, our faucet on the kitchen sink broke. Then as soon as we fixed that, our dishwasher started pouring out bubbles everywhere. When it rains it pours. We JUST finally got this fixed today after 2 weeks. Had to buy a new dishwasher.
Just love him!
I decided to try a few push-ups since having the baby. Of course B had to jump on! I did 3 and about died. And my body definitely told me to stop…I’ll spare you the details.
Checkout this comparison of the boys! Both newborns in the same position. I don’t really think they look alike, but we’ll see. Look how much longer Maddox is.
Showing me how to build a tower!
I was about to change the sheets when of course this happened. I can just hear Maddox’s little brain saying, “Oh my gosh, this boy is crazy, but I can’t wait to play with him.”
Went on our first walk to get out of the house. It’s blistering hot here in Texas, so summers are basically indoors unless you’re in a pool. It was nice, but we have to wait till about 8pm to beat the heat.
I love this picture because it represents my sweet hubby! It had been a long day and he told me to leave the house and go get a drink. 20 minutes of silence was just what I needed.
Day 218: I die every time B gets a hair cut! He looks so darn cute in those smocks (is that how you spell it?) 🙂
Day 219: The biggest change in the last 6 weeks is that I don’t ever stop anymore. There is always something that needs to be done.
Day 220: Mom, you are scaring me with all those voices.
Day 221: Story of my life these days. Blood shot eyes and pumping. You know you pump too much when you start “hearing” words come from your pump. Based on the comments from this picture on Instagram, I’m not alone.
Day 222: 7 years with this guy! Our anniversary night.
Day 223: I love teaching him how to cook! I’m determined to have two boys who know how to cook for their wives.
Day 224: Enjoying the calm, picked up living room with Maddox before the human tornado gets back. It brings me back to the days when I just had B as a newborn.
So this happened exactly when M turned 6 weeks old. It was the best! Finally smiling socially!
Playing on his mat! Wake times are getting a tad more interesting.
Trying to take a picture and I gave up…Ryan cannot take a picture with the flash to save his life. His eyes always squint and look like someone’s torturing him. This was the best we got.
Smiling at Beckham!
Battle wound (on his head)…Beckham was giving me high fives and missed and smacked him on the head. Scared him to death!
Another walk while Maddox slept! B is so good at riding his tricycle. We are learning how to stop at each ally and wait for cars.
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