The boys have just been getting cuter and cuter these last few weeks! They have been so much more responsive and are giving me so many wonderful smiles! Here are a bunch of pictures from the last week or so...
|Will & Jack in their cute sweatsuits|
|Trying out their bumbo seats! They sure aren't going to fit in them for very long with their chubby thighs, but it is good practice for them holding their heads up...or at least sideways! =)|
|Will--wiggling on the floor|
|Jack...he was full of smiles, but of course, he wouldn't smile for the camera!|
|I decided to feed them their bottle in their chairs for the first time...Will seemed to think it was great fun, but Jack had to shed a few tears--note the red eyes! =( But they both did a great job and ate their bottles! What big boys!|
|I just had to post this...I was folding yesterday and thought it was the cutest comparison! Daddy's sock and boys' sock!|
|Jack...still can't keep that head up too well!|
|Will was doing better today at keeping his head up!|
|A slight glimpse of Jack's dimple...I just love their dimples when they smile!!|
|Enjoying their turtle rattle|
They are just so much fun! I had the cutest video of Justin talking to Will as he was smiling at the ceiling fan, but somehow, when I was uploading pictures, it disappeared! I'm so bummed! If I find it, I'll for sure post it! More cute pictures to come soon!
Oh, and I almost forgot...Jack rolled over! I think it was more of a 'my head is so big and heavy that when I hold it up really high and tip over, the momentum makes me roll over' kind of roll, but still!! Will has yet to do it, and each time I try to get Jack to perform it for someone or get it on video, he puts his head down and cries. Too cute!
The boys are still really healthy. Praise the Lord! They had their 4th synagis shot on Tuesday, which is supposed to lessen the effect of RSV if they were to get it. But we're praying that they'll continue to stay healthy! We're still in house arrest, not exposing them to any unnecessary germs, and it seems to be working so far! Hopefully we'll make it through the whole season (April) without any sicknesses!
We are just loving our babies! More and more every day!