Conversation at Walgreen’s (+ other randoms)

(As I wrangled the boys to the pharmacy area to pick up prescriptions.)

Lady: Ooh, triple trouble!
Me: Nah, they’re good. Triple the expense, though. (As they wave around $4 boxes of bandaids.)
Lady: Yeah, I had two close in age, so I know what it’s like.

Insert eyeroll.

The End!

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Here’s a cute video of the boys from Sunday. You can’t see much, it was dark, but this is just so you can see how much they talk. (All the freaking time.)

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Took the boys to the doctor today. They read some magazines. (Highlights included. Love that it’s still around!)
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Linus admired himself in the funny mirror there, too.
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After we left the doctor, we had to pick up a prescription from Walgreen’s (see how this post is all coming full circle?) and the boys saw the “M” that’s on the M&M shirts they have. I’m a sucker and bought them some M&Ms too. (Better that than three boxes of the four dollar bandaids.)
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3 thoughts on “Conversation at Walgreen’s (+ other randoms)

  1. Mandy

    I have 2 close in age and I really don’t think it’s similar. I have the luxury of reusing big ticket items so I don’t need multiples of them and that’s got to take a big chunk out of the budget. I can also reuse some of my gender-less clothes and all the blankets and socks. Their birthdays are nowhere near each other so I don’t need to figure out how to budget for multiple presents. It’s a different life. Not better or worse – but probably not so flippantly comparable. And yet, you don’t seem to ever lose your graciousness or cool.

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  2. Lynne

    I have triplet boys who just turned two and I had to laugh watching the video. While they don’t put sentences together like your boys, they also talk ALL THE TIME. Great to see that it just gets worse! (or better!) πŸ™‚

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  3. Catherine

    I had a mother recently tell me that singletons are harder than multiples. She has a two year old son and a six year old daughter. Her reasoning – at different ages, her kids have different needs/interests, so she is having to drag her little boy to soccer games and chase him around instead of watching the game like the mother of twins on the team gets to do.

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