I feel like it was just the weekend- and we’re already close to halfway through the week. The boys went to school yesterday and today, but the don’t go on Wednesdays. They seem to like it, although when I ask them what they have done, they don’t give me much for an answer. Today they told me they listened to two stories. I’ll ask them if they sang songs, played with blocks, colored, etc, and for everything I ask, Dylan says yes. I asked him if they flew to the moon in a rocket ship and played with kitchen knives and he said yes to both- so he’s not a reliable source of information. Luckily, they send home daily notes describing their activities.
Every day when I pick them up, I ask them if they had fun, and if they like school. They both say yes every time. Then I ask them if they want to go back tomorrow, and usually they do- but yesterday Ryan told me he wanted to stay home with me. He seemed to forget that this morning as we were getting ready to head out since he happily got dressed and into the car.
In other news, I was selected to be a Nuby Mommy Blogger recently! I’m super excited about this program, because there are so many cute things for the twins- as well as awesome stuff for the new baby when he comes for me to review! I absolutely love the cute iMonster Feeding Set line of items that they have out- and so do the boys.
The other night we had a pasta dish- with angel hair- and the twins loved it. They were cracking me up when they were eating it because usually I get smaller, fork-sized pastas like elbows or bowties and they weren’t sure at first how to do it. Eventually Aaron taught them to twirl it, but before he did that, Ryan figured out his own way to eat it!
Other Nuby products in the photos are the Pop-Up Sipper Cups and the forks from the Easy-Grip Fork and Spoon Starter Sets. These cups are a current favorite- the boys want to be big, and not drink out of sippy cups, but I cringe at the thought of them using open cups all the time. It’s fine during meals, but they still are in the habit of carrying them around the house with them, and these pop up tops keep us from having spills. Plus they look like their big sisters’ water bottles, so they always ask for water in them- and anything that gets my kids to drink water is awesome in my book!
So that’s what Dylan & Ryan have been up to lately- school and food! You’ll see more Nuby products and info on the blog soon, so keep an eye out!