Only a month left until the girls are a year... well actually only two more weeks by the time I got to actually publishing this blog. Just a few pictures and a recap of our past month.
How's it Going?
This past month has been the best we have EVER had! Better even than their first two weeks on earth when all they did was sleep. The girls have become best friends and each other's entertainers. I have finally found myself having free time even while the girls are awake and playing. I even took a shower while they were awake and playing in the bathroom. (First time ever with just us three at home)
The girls love to eat. They aren't very picky and seem to be bottomless pits. At this point it looks as though they have their father metabolism! Yay... An example of a single lunch for the girls would include splitting both a cheeseburger and a quesadilla followed with finished off their basket of fries. And yet they still took their bottle 20 minutes later before nap time.
Still getting better. They continue to wake up once a night or early in the morning for a bottle but no complaints from this mother! It's pretty good for now. We sometimes take two naps a day but I think they are slowly transitioning into just an afternoon one.
Towards the end of 10 months we had to visit the doctor when the girls had a fever and symptoms of a sore throat. They weighed in at 19.28 (Montana) and 19.26 (Makynli)! Crazy how insanely close their weights are! Still in the 20th percentile
Both girls had their bottom teeth at 11 months. Montana has since gotten two more but that will have to be marked down in her 1 year blog post
I'm going to go ahead and combine the girls for this one. Mostly because as I reflect on their previous months posts I laugh at how much the girls switch back and forth. Both can be the aggressor or the agitator. Both can be mellow.. both are go getters... both are snugglers... both are ornery... both can be little stinkers... both can make mommy want to scream... both can make mommy giggle.... Both have mommy's heart! I say this because a lot of twin moms will easily point out their kiddo's differences. And while yes... the girls are independent of themselves they do tend to be very similar in most things at this point. Making me excited and nervous for our future!