Tuesday, November 26, 2013

27 weeks

Baby E is growing big and strong.  Only 12 more weeks until we meet him.  I am a blessed Momma!

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

The stroller search

I have an obsession with strollers.

I am pretty sure that the right one is going to change my life.

When I am stroller shopping I spend hours researching.

I think one of the reasons I am stroller obsessed is that I like to control the chaos. 

I much prefer to know that any of my little blessings that are not mature enough to handle freedom are safely buckled into a seat when we are out and about.

Miss Ruthie will be a big sister twice over before her 2nd birthday.  That means she has a lot more stroller riding to do along with her two baby brothers.

That means that three little people need places to sit.

The double stroller I have will no longer work.

So here are some of the options to seat three little ones...

I can only imagine how difficult this one is to push.  Also, only the kid in the front has a very good view.
This would work for wide open fields.  No doorways or people around.

I can only imagine how big this one folds up.
Cool idea but the toddler seat in the back is a sit and stand.  Miss Ruthie still needs a real seat.  Plus she would hate the terrible view.
This one is very intriguing to me but it is twice the price of my other favorite.
The WINNER (I think)
The Valco Baby TriMode EX Twin with Joey seat
This one will allow the baby brothers to ride in the main part of the stroller and big sis can use the Joey seat and see the world.  The Joey seat is easily removed to fold the stroller.
So there you go. 
Now you know what is on my mind.

Lord knows my hubby is surely tired of hearing about it.
I'll let you know if this is indeed the stroller that will change my life.
Stay tuned.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

W lost his first tooth!

It's a big day today!  Those front two bottom teeth have been wiggly for some time.  W has been waiting patiently for his first tooth to come out.  It was the middle of the night when he came in to our room with his tooth in hand.  Dad paid up with a big buck-a-roo at breakfast.  I think W is looking forward to loosing more of them now!