Tuesday, December 27, 2011


Originally written on 10.20.2011


Anyone else totally remember that commercial? Yeah, well I can't stop watching it.

We had our 7 week ultrasound earlier, and the technician gave us the shock of our lives:

Two babies. Two little, squishy blobs on the screen. Two flickering heartbeats. And the sight of THESE two (above, the twins) made THIS two (us, the parents) absolutely melt.

Hence, why I have been watching the above commercial non-stop.

I'm still on the inside of 24 hours since getting the news, and I'm still in quite a bit of shock. There are many things that make me go "Ahh! How are we going to do this?!" See: working, traveling, sleeping, breastfeeding, cloth diapering, paying for college, going anywhere, doing anything, etc etc...

But then there's also the fact that it's going to be amazing. And so much fun.

See also, a million other hilarious and adorable twin videos on YouTube.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Monday, December 5, 2011

thirteen weeks.

Even before I got pregnant, I knew I really wanted to document those 40 weeks somehow through journaling/pictures. Found this idea here. I'm going to try to do this every couple of weeks or so.

Oh, and check out the other pictures we've taken so far: here.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Two Beautiful Lines

Do you remember how when we were travelling a bunch last year, this blog was mainly centered around documenting those adventures? And then we bought a house, and all of our posts suddenly were about those projects? Well, now we have a new project :) And since we are officially "out" now, I can share a few posts that were written months ago!

Originally written on 10.11.2011


Ten days ago, we found out I am pregnant.

I've had ten days for this wonderful news to sink in and I'm still somewhat in shock. Or maybe I'm just holding my breath. I'm finding the first trimester to be very terrifying. I should be almost 6 weeks along now, but I'm in that limbo stage where I haven't started feeling pregnant yet. I don't really have many symptoms, definitely no morning sickness at this point. And, I haven't seen our baby yet, since an ultrasound isn't usually don't for a few more weeks. So, the only thing I have to go by is this picture above. I'm putting my faith in this one little plastic pee stick. Ok, more like five plastic pee sticks...

At some point, I'm going to exhale and be overwhelmed with joy. Right now, it all feels too good to be true.
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