Once we found out we were having triplets we began to stock pile as much baby stuff as we could get our hands on...little did we know how quickly it begins to overtake your life and domicile. Soon, our once large basement became a VERY large storage room. It became clear that storage was needed sooner than later. We had a friend/carpenter come in and build a storage room for us. It is now finally completed and have already stocked it completely full. We made part of it a pantry and another spot for my obsession of movies.
Well this week has been sort of a laid back week with very limited visitors. Its been kind of nice to just sit back and relax. I was also able to get some stuff done around the house and Megan was able to spend a lot of quality baby time. I was able to trench out drainage for my down spouts and I also set up shelves in the pantry. Life has been slow moving...in the regard to getting actual house work done. The yard is in a shambles...the spots I missed while doing my night time mowing are now knee high...the weeds are beginning to eat away at the true life of my lawn...the dead spots with no grass seem to be getting bigger. So I guess what I am saying is I need to spend a day outside showing my yard some tender love and care. We do have one success story in regards to the yard...we have landscaping...my mom and mother in law bought some bushes to put around the front of the house and they are all officially in the ground and it is looking good. 2 years after we bought this house and we finally have landscaping...
We have now begun to have visitors (Flu season is over, well except H1N1). Seeing as how the girls won't be leaving the house too often people have begun to filter into our house and visit the girls. If you are interested in coming to hold a baby or help out with something...just give us a call or drop us an email (We check it once a day at least). A little heads up will help us prepare to have visitors. Again we ask that if you or someone in your house is sick than please don't visit the girls...they are still very susceptible to sicknesses. We hope to see you all sometime...
P.S. People have been asking us if we need anything...surprisingly we need TONS of "D" batteries. They live in their swings and bouncers...which take "D" batteries. Thanx and until next time...BYE