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Greetings all, Sorry for the lack of posts. It’s been a crazy three weeks here in NorthEast TN. I’ve been pretty busy at work getting as much done on our ERP upgrade as I can before I break the twins news to my boss and let her know my 10-15-19 hour work days, working 2-3 weekends a month, and every other holiday are coming to an end. Add to that we’ve had little pieces of the “snowpocalypse” that’s crippled the east coast this winter, and our first born (sophie, the 5 year old bichon frise) has had a UTI and severe gastrointestinitis requiring numerous vet visits and an overnight stay at the animal hospital, and you see that blogging has dropped on my priorities list.

So here’s my update …

For Valentines day I lucked out and the SAN maintenance was cancelled so the wife and I went to Gatlinburg to the shopping outlets to look at some baby stuff. We also had a coat I received for Christmas that was too big, that we had to return by the eoFeb. It was nice to look at all the baby clothes, etc. together because we really haven’t had time to do that with the weather, me working most weekends, and the normal day-to-day errands we were running during our free time. We also went to a baby store with her sister who is expecting in June. It was great to see how other “new-to-be” parents ogled over the tiny socks, hats, and outfits just like we do. Hah!

I’ve finished reading Twin Sense: A Sanity-Saving Guide to Raising Twins — From Pregnancy Through the First Year (Dagmara) that I checked out at my University library. I have learned a lot, and it is by far the best twins book I’ve read so far. If I didn’t have time to subscribe to the various RSS feeds, read numerous websites, and read several books – I think this is the one book I would make sure to read. It is fairly concise and covers all the basics (that I know of at this point anyway!).

Next on the ToDo read list,
The Joy of Twins and Other Multiple Births: Having, Raising, and Loving Babies Who Arrive in Groups (Novotny)

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