As a reminder, make sure to enter our double baby blanket giveaway through Thursday of this week!
Oh, and as you probably noticed, the ol' blog got a new look! It's nothing fancy (read: I'm too cheap to pay someone to do it so I just did a basic DIY makeover), but it works.
You will all be proud to hear that I have continued on with my efforts to start exercising again. I even did the first day of the Couch 2 5K workout yesterday, which means I ran for the first time in almost 2 years. Which means I definitely need new running shoes.
You will probably not be proud to hear that I consumed a DQ blizzard for dinner on Saturday night. At least it wasn't in addition to dinner? It was, however, in addition to the cupcake, 2 breakfast tacos, and bagel I consumed at Davis's birthday party that morning. Oops.
And speaking of Davis's birthday party, we made a very quick roundtrip drive to Austin and back to make an appearance. Because I'm basically the cliche frazzled working mom these days, I managed to usher us all out of the house without grabbing the twins' diaper bag, which included their food, shoes, wipes, and yes, diapers. I hate giving into stereotypical behavior, but seriously, my mind was a steel trap before these babies came along and now it feels more like a bowl of oatmeal. Functional, but mushy.
And (sort of) on that note, the babies have started to come home with crafts more often now that they're in their new classroom at daycare. And while I love anything that my babies make (except dirty diapers) (and let's be honest, the teachers create these crafts and put the babies' names on them), I do not love clutter. Enter the ArtKive app on my iPhone! Basically this app lets you take pictures of your kids' artwork and archive it on your phone. You can sort it by child (if you have more than one) and age, and you can even it turn it into a book.
Now don't get me wrong- I'll keep some of the actual crafts/artwork because I'm not a heartless robot (like Allison… kidding, sis!) (but seriously, she probably even threw away her own wedding invitation), but this helps me not feel as guilty about throwing away some of the less special pieces.
So there you go, there's your PSA and app recommendation for the day. You're welcome.