In other news, we traded in the Caddy and I got a new mommy-mobile. So if you happen to drive I-95 in the mornings, LOOK OUT because I've got a big ol' truck now. We could barely fit our stroller into the trunk of the Caddy let alone our groceries or extra passengers, so it was definitely time for an upgrade. Now we have third row seating for when we decide to add another baby to the mix (in a couple of years). If you have a mommy-mobile, please tell me about it, so I don't feel alone.
Luke and Nolan are super close to rolling from their back to their bellies. As I previously posted, Luke is rolling from his belly to back quite easily, but neither of them have mastered the back to belly roll yet. Poor little Luke gets pissed when he can't roll onto his belly. He grunts and tries to fling his body over, but his little arm gets in the way. He'll manage very soon though, I just know he will!
We actually have a daily schedule with the boys!! They wake anywhere from 7 to 8 a.m. and they take their naps whenever they feel like it in the afternoon. Bed-time is anywhere from 7:30 to 8:30 at night. It's been working out well. They have been sleeping 10 to 12 hours at night. We had one incident this week where Luke woke at 12:30 a.m. screaming. I think he may have had a little gas, so I picked him up out of the crib and rocked him to sleep. We have progressed from bringing a bottle cooler with two bottles upstairs with us at night because the boys haven't been waking to eat. It's nice to get those bottle warmers out of our bathroom and put away into the closet!
That's all for now! I'm going to keep my video camera handy in hopes of catching the first back-to-belly roll and, of course, there will be loads of baptism pictures to come!