That’s what I figured.
The real reason
Mission accomplished. She just needed the right visual aids. Clearly a genius.
Ah, the power of twin toddlers!
Hope you enjoyed your time out…because it looks like you’re going to have to do quite a bit of cleaning…
Reminds me of a story. College professor gets some of the fittest athletes in the school and asks them to just follow some toddlers around. The kiddies were going strong after four hours and the marathon runners had passed out.
Guess Marcus and Nicole won’t have any kids.
“Help! And I wanted to have TWELVE of these things?”
Mission accomplished indeed! And a huge reality check for Marcus, too, it seems.
The twins seem to recall a trauma of The Sock Ness Monster in their drawing on the wall.
LOL the reality of raising children has entered Marcus’ brain… from wanting 12 to “let’s wait a while.”
She thinks the kids were ‘fantastic’ because she doesn’t want to birth 12 kids and they helped by realigning Marcus’ views to be more like her own…
The best birth control there is. Babysitting a couple of brats.
Nicole is really really clever!
Yes, that is what I said a few days ago. She brought Marcus along so he could see what having kids is really like. That was her plan all along.
And Marcus’ plan was to turn Nicole “onto” kids.
And the monkey turns out to be a real one.
A version of ‘scared straight’
Is Marcus the youngest of his brothers? Meanwhile there was control at all of the twins I am guessing. I babysat for an eleventh month old when I was 10. My mom was a waitress and one of the other servers needed someone for a few hours each night just for two weeks. Her husband had some night exercises (my folks were stationed at Ft. Bliss at the time) so he couldn’t be there. Of course today they and my mother would probably be up on child endangerment charges. The baby’s name was Deniece Desiree. I loved her middle name so I decided that was what I was going to name any girl I had. I had never heard it before and I hadn’t seen it spelt, so I spelled it like it sounded “Desarae”. Right after she was born “General Hospital” introduced a character named that. We were stationed in Germany at the time so AFN was the only English TV station we had otherwise I would have never known since I wasn’t really into soaps. The “Stars and Stripes” newspaper used to print the TV schedule. That was how I found out I misspelled it. Years later I came across Neil Diamond’s song “Desiree”. I don’t know how I had never heard it on the radio. It was on a greatest hits album that I bought.
As a father of twins, yah, they will do that.
Wow. Most guys would wait until after they regain consciousness before making that declaration.
There’s a reason she’s in a top graduate program!
Good job twins!
May 12, 2016