Saturday, July 14, 2007

Come out, come out, wherever you are

Me and my little guys

Daddy and double trouble

Jake is happy!

Anderson isn't!
Anderson and Jake are changing every day. Thier newest love is their stroller rides around the neighborhood. Previously when we tried to sit them up in the stroller they would get the sun in their eyes and after a few minutes slouch down and look all uncomfortable. So we would usually walk them in a reclined position and they would fall asleep. Lately they have been sitting up and loving it. They love checking out all the sights and sounds around them. Even when we were chased and barked at by a dog they weren't phased in the the least. Kevin says it's like when the Fraggles left their Fraggle Rock caves. It is like a whole new world for them outside.
They decided the blog needed a makeover but as you can tell they have tried a few different designs and just couldn't come to an agreement. Artistic differences, you know how that goes. For a few days there the blog was different by the hour but I think they finally found what they liked (Shhh....we stole it from another blog). We have also noticed we have some blog stalkers that we don't know from S.C, Canada (Alberta), D.C, California to name a few. Yes, we are watching you.....anyone care to reveal themselves? As long as you're not creepy we'd love to know whose reading our blog. Feel free to leave us a comment.


Brent & Heather Harbin said...

I'm your blog stalker from SC and I have been reading about you since the first day you went through IVF because I went through the same thing. My husband and I call you 'Mr. & Mrs. Go Big or Go Home' because of your decision to implant 3 eggs. I went though IVF only a couple weeks behind you and your blog has been a lifesaver for me because I also ended up preggo with twins (a boy & a girl) and went on bedrest at 28 weeks. My twins were born Jan. 31 at 36 weeks. Also, my daughter was recently fitted for a helmet, so it's kind of like walking in your footsteps. I am just so happy for you and your husband and can't thank you enough for the support you've given me unknowingly. You all have been such a tremendous help to me and my family!

Anderson and Jake said...

Thanks Heather, that is so wonderful to hear! So glad your story has a happy ending as well. I'll be stalking you now as Caroline and Wyatt are so stinkin cute!

We are both still standing after infertility, grueling bedrest, growing an immense and slightly freakish belly, and of course let's not forget the best nights or days for the first 3 months of their lives. Just one long string of 3 hour cycles consisting of feedings and changing diapers. Hats off to us both, we made it 6 months!

Anonymous said...

oh my. I had no idea that you could tell I was reading this blog. I saw your story on and it was so sad at first and now so happy. I love to see the pictures of your boys, it gives me hope as things have not turned out as well for us. But I am not creepy, I promise :) just curious to see how the babies are!

L. in Canada

Anderson and Jake said...

Don't worry, we can only see the cities and states that people view from by clicking on our counter. So that is the only info. I can see about those who view the blog. Wishing you all good things on your journey, you'll be in my thoughts.

Anonymous said...

I read this and thought, they probably have no idea who is checking out their web site in Syracuse, NY. I have been visiting your site every now and again. I am Kevin's cousin on his mom's side. I have left comments before. I have 5 year old twin girls who are headed to school in the fall. Cherish your time w/ your boys b/c they grow up fast!