Hazard Pay

The babies are mobile and dangerous. Not only are they a danger to themselves, what with the falling over and constantly banging their heads on any number of hard surfaces, I am COVERED in bruises. Apparently I am seen as an excellent indoor climbing structure. They spend a fair amount of time nowadays perched on their knees and clinging to something to keep them upright. My forearm is a favorite, though there are lots of things that work in the playroom.

Crawling is no longer a fun new activity. No, these boys, and Will in particular, are daredevils. Every playtime becomes an excercise in finding something to climb on top of, and more often than not, fall off of.  Will demonstrates this fascinating aspect of baby psychology below.

Also, tooth count, Andy has 4.5 (the 1/2 is an upper that’s taking a bit to come all the way through), Will is at 4. They are still drooling so much, I’m surprised we don’t have dehydration issues. Seriously, 24+ bibs, and we go through them in about 4 days. Do ShamWows come in bib form?

2 Responses to “Hazard Pay”

  1. Vicky - July 20, 2009

    Wow, what busy little ones you have:) I found your blog from a comment on HDYDI.

    I would also love the idea of a ShamWow coming in bib form, how funny! That made me laugh. I bet you would have a great market if you figured it out.

  2. joan and jack - July 22, 2009

    love being able to see those boys develop. maybe by october they will be walking! can’t wait to see y’all.

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