I am a member of Multiples and More, a blog network dedicated to parents of twins, triplets, and quads. The Octomom would be wise to join this site, as it is chock full of informative posts, neat-o giveaways, reviews of mom-friendly products, and interviews. Fabulously interesting interviews. In fact, they've just put up a fantastic interview of this good-looking supermom of identical twin daughters; they all live up in Alaska . . . okay, I realize the "good-looking supermom" part threw you off, but do I have to spell it out? The interview is of me.
After reading my own interview, I've come to realize there's a fine line between "dry wit" and "sounding totally serious." Although I was kidding when I said it's never too soon to start worrying about whether to separate the twins when they start first grade three years from now, I was being perfectly serious when I stated that if I could take a family vacation ANYWHERE ON EARTH, it would be the Florida Keys. Because there's no way I'm dealing with the passports, jet lag, and luggage involved in dragging four children and a husband across the ocean to Italy.
That dream trip is reserved for me, and me alone.
Dinner last night: rice, sausages, corn
My vacation spots are most likely to be the States as well. I've been to Europe and it was nice, but there's just so much of my own country I want to see...and I'd prefer to do that than to get on another plane for 8-20 hours!
I have often thought about asking you to put yourself in the hot seat for Friday's Five. Thanks for sharing about yourself! And thanks for the tip about the multiples network. There are so many multiples sites out there, and I don 't have time to sift through them all to find the useful ones. And I love giveaways!
I've no desire to leave the states myself. ;o)
I would suggest Key West as long as it isn't on your anniversary, because more babies come into play(at least in our world)
I just read your interview. I love your perspective! You are such a great mom. I love how you appreciate all of your girls individually and give each their special time.
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