Wednesday, April 2, 2008

BabyGirls

Today, I just thought I would tell you a little about Abbie and Ellie. Abbie was born one minute before her sister and that trend has continued. She is very slightly taller than her sister, Ellie. She rolled over and crawled just a couple weeks before Ellie. She has also been walking for a month and a half. Ellie is just starting to take off. They are both a tease. Every time I think I've figured out who's going to be the trickster, the other one surprises me with something that she thinks is absolutely hilarious. Ellie is my accessory girl. If it is wearable, she must have it on. She loves hats, gloves, socks and shoes (of any size), necklaces, her coat. She even loves her brothers wrist sweatbands! In the past few days they have figured out that they can get the garbage can out and empty it all over the place, or better yet throw miscellaneous things away. They've also realized they can reach the kitchen drawers and scatter silverware and cooking utensils throughout the house. Looks like it's time for cupboard latches.;) Just this week, they have started giving each other high fives. It is so cute! They have been giving 5's to other people for a long time but just barely to each other. They started doing this by themselves, without anyone telling them. I find this absolutely adorable.

I stayed up til 2AM the other night making a very cute little video of them. It turned out great! Unfortunately, I can't for the life of me figure out how to get it to post on here. I have tried for hours and for now I give up.


5 comments:

angie said...

They sound like so much fun.......I'd help with the video thing, but I don't know how either! :)

Heiner Family Blog said...

Jaime, have you tried uploading your video to google video? That's what we used. We had the same problem when we tried to upload our first video. Check it out and see if it works, call me if you have any questions.

Erin said...

how sweet they are! (makes me jealous you have girls! *wink)

Kate said...

Hey, if google doesn't work for you, you can also use the embed code that youtube generates for you when you upload a video onto that. We use that all the time on our blog and it works fine!

Adriane said...

I'm a twin and my mom has always told me all sorts of stories of how we worked together to make one mess or another. They are a joy and a handfull!
Adriane Bushman LDS mom of 3 in TX