Thursday, April 12, 2007

My Double--- It's all you Abbey


Abbey is my double-- a "mini-me". *sigh* Armed with an attitude. my luck--two in one family... Who said "paybacks were hell"? I don't doubt for a minute she will be the one to push me off the bridge and before she's two! Gads I'm aging in dog years......

She is a real free spirit. Constant motion. She never stops.... She'll keep me young forever...or kill me.. She can't take it in quick enough or fast enough. "The Destroyer". Anything she touches self-destructs. She is always trying to figure out how to take something apart or how it works. She rips up and tears up. She laughs loudest and unfortunately cries louder. We have learned we never miss Abbey's nap time, not on purpose anyway.




Abbey is all about the bows (although she never leaves them in) clips and hair accessories. She loves her hats and will plop it on her head and exclaim "hat, hat, hat". Whenever she sees someone wearing a hat she will repeat continually. Sounds like Rainman. She especially loves her "new shoes" as she squeals in delight every morning until we put them on. Only for her to take them off two minutes later. **sigh** story of my life. Dressing and undressing.









She is an extremely bright child and can (really Sen) count to 10. I don't say this because she's my daughter. Unfortunately I can't claim any of the gene pool. I'm thinkin I had no idea how to count let alone to 10 before I started school. My how times have changed. Right?! School with them should prove to be interesting for mommy....I'm guessing I may be spending a lot of
time in the classroom and not for their beneifit....

9 comments:

Dirk said...

She certainly is a gorgeous child. Add to that an attitude and some brains and you have TROUBLE...

Anonymous said...

Hi Rony,
Your Abbey sounds like my Sammi....like a bull in a china shop...never ever a dull moment! :) Isn't it fascinating how different the twins' personalities are? Nicki can sit still for 15 mins (practically an eternity for a 19-month old) and entertain herself with her books and toys but Sammi needs to be centerstage almost every second...ahh, so interesting..

Dianne said...

Rony,
Life is never boring with twins... They keep us on our toes, don't they? Very curious minds and busy little hands. We're still trying to teach our girls boundaries, they've come a long way, but they especially like to climb- they want to be as tall as us:)
Thanks for your comments, I use LumaPix.com for my collages. Donna from "Double Happinness" is a pro at it. I'm still using the trial version (free), I prefer them simple, and it is fun and easy. Love to see some collages of your girls :) Whether Maddy is smiling or not, they are darling!

Dianne

theghelertertwins.blogspot.com said...

Oh, she's a bull alright! ha ha.. We do have our challenges of late with the "boundaries". Everything is Abbey's!

I will download the lumapix and see what damage I can do.

I would love to see pics of Sammi and Nicki.

Christie said...

Eddie and I were just looking at your blog. He remarked about how much the girls have changed since their referral photos. He said they are just beautiful!

theghelertertwins.blogspot.com said...

Christie. Thank you! She is a little doll too even though I do jump through hoops all day...Life is grand.

tegdirb92 said...

Very adorable photos!! Beautiful girls :)

Bridget

theghelertertwins.blogspot.com said...

Thank you thank you-- Bridget. How have you been girl?

mommy24treasures said...

Abbey sounds so full of life just like my Caitlyn. Its amazing the energy found in these tiny little bodies!
I too have been using the Lumapix fotoofusion Donna recommended as of late. Its way faster than trying to scrap on photoshop, which I will still do some, but when your busy with 4 and need to shoot a pic up the auto collage wizard on lumapix is pretty fast and you can playaround with it a little to see if you like it before buying.
Thanks for visiting my blog :)
Connie