Both babies were sleeping, and I decided that once they woke up (and had been fed, changed, etc etc) that I would take them out for a walk. So first Hugo woke up, so I brought him downstairs and fed him a bottle, oh so slowly... Shortly after, Kyan woke up, and I went up and got him and tried to give him a bottle. Problem was, Kyan wouldn't take a bottle with Hugo awake, since Hugo was making noises similar to that of a screeching parrot, and Kyan was way too distracted to take a bottle. 20 minutes later, I finally got a decent amount of formula in him, and so we moved on to lunch. He ate his solids pretty quickly, and we moved on to feeding Hugo his solids. WHAT A MESS! Hugo is tough to feed. He's not really into opening his mouth for a spoon, so I have to trick him into eating. He loves to eat crackers (or "gum" crackers) so I give him a cracker to hold, and then as soon as he tried to take a bite, I have to shove a spoonful of food into his mouth before he gets the cracker in there. Anyway, once he finished, I had to clean him up, and get both Kyan and Hugo changed, dressed warmly (which involved a few trips up and down the stairs), and then finally we were ready to go!
This time I decided to use the single stroller for one baby, and carry the other baby in a front pack. So I got them all ready to go, and then Kyan started crying... he didn't want to be in the frontpack, he wanted to go in the stroller with Hugo. Okay great, so I needed to get the double stroller out of the garage and maneuver it down some stairs, which is pretty tough with a baby attached to your chest, might I add. But anyway, I finally got the stroller, and at this point I already feel like I've done a full workout! So I set up the stroller, get the boys all strapped in and ready to go, and I feel something on my nose.... a rain drop. NO WAY. Literally, after I spent 45 minutes getting the boys all ready to go, it started to rain before we even took a single step on our walk. So we waited it out for a few minutes, and then I decided, what the heck, and we went for a ten minute walk just so all my efforts weren't for nothing. It wasn't raining that hard, I swear.