The chronicles of Liv and Lo

These two are shaping up to be some pretty awesome people. Sometimes I look at their lives and think to, I wanna be that age. Not a care in the world besides 1. where is my baby aka doll and 2. what snack are we having.

I am constantly amazed at the differences in their personalities. One is outgoing and boisterous (Olivia) and the other is calm and affectionate (Lola). Although I must say, there is not shortage of love being doled out at our house. If you're ever having a bad day, come over. You will get more kisses and hugs than you know what to do with. And if I do say, I will pat myself on the back for that because those are big priorities for me.

Liv's speech is exploding. The things she comes up with blows my mind. Example. We were driving to school the other day and we hit a train and I audible'd an "Awwww, man!" because you know we were already running late. All of a sudden from the back seat I hear, "Mama, what happened. Mama, are you ok?" She just bowls me over daily.

Lola is really trying to keep up with her sister. The other day she was in a seated position on the floor and just stood up. Allrighty then! Let's walk sister! Did I mention her first words were "Happy Birthday" on none other than her actual birthday? Yeah, Mensa kid right here. And when she loves up on, it's hard not to turn that frown upside down. This could be her secret weapon later. AKA: we're screwed. And yes, she is only wearing one shoe in this picture. Totes aware.

On a daily basis, it's quite the scene over here. Emotions change rapidly from toddler tantrums to hunger cries but all in all, two toddlers is pretty awesomely hilarious. Two girls is even better!