Kimmie had twin girls spend the night on Friday.

You know, twins run in my family and in Jeremy's family, and I always thought it would be kind of fun to have twins. Then I met a lady who has 18 month old twins, a boy and a girl. I watched her unbuckle the first one from her carseat and carry her into the house, then she returned for the second one, unbuckled him from his carseat and carried him into the house, and I wonder: Do I really have enough energy to do everything twice for the next 10 years?

Kimmie's friends are old enough to get in and out of the car by themselves, so I was able to conserve energy there! When they arrived the noise-level quintupled in our house. They are big fans of Liberty, and their antics to get her to laugh were hilarious. Whenever she would squeal in delight, they would squeal in delight. It was very loud, and very fun! They also begged to feed her in the morning and helped me give her a bath in the afternoon. When they left, the house seemed quiet and empty. There were always ten people in my house when I was growing up, and I had forgotten how much fun it used to be to have so many kids around. Thankfully, Jeremy was at work this weekend. The poor man would have gone crazy with five girls in the house!

I don't think he's quite up to twins yet...unless they're boys. Then we'd be tied 3-3.
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  1. ya well i still live in that house and thers only 5 people and the parints dont count so thers only 3 ya i sed it THREE kids here now i cant belive it so you now know why me faith and pete love it whn every one is here for holidays (not sayng you dont like it ether) but still only THREE of us here now

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