Hey everyone! How are you? It feels like I never left after reading all the posts!
Sandra - your boys are so big now! Steph- Levi is as handsome as ever!
I'm a stay at home mom now. After hiring and firing 3 different nannies; one who ignored Jonathan completely, and one who fed Chloe milk (which she's allergic too), then denied it and said she would "never try to kill your child". I had enough! So I'm on leave from my job with the feds and have opened a home daycare. So far it's great. Extremely busy, and tiring but the fact that I can give my babies the best care they need, it's so worth it.
I was in a car accidient in May, crushed my ankle, spent a week in hospital, now have 2 plates and 12 screws in my ankle. Spent 2 months in a wheelchair, 6 weeks in a walking cast and am now almost 100% better. Still cannot run (which I miss terribly) but at least I can walk. Note to everyone: never, ever cross your legs in the passenger seat in the front. That's what I did and upon impact my ankle was crushed and we were only going 60km/per hour. If my legs were down where they were supposed to be, I'd be fine.
Thomas and Chloe just turned 1! They are so alike but so different at the same time. I love them to pieces. Jonathan started jr. kindergarten and loves it. He had picture day today and even though we've been practicing smiling for the camera, his proofs all have him frowning, oh well!
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