April 28, 2014

Casper + Hillary / 3 months old

You guys won't believe how crazy this is. My twin sister Haley and I had babies at the same time (!!!) and when they met for the first time we caught them like this! (See top photo for synchronization.) it's going to be so fun to watch our little cousin twins grow up. Aren't they cuties? Haley and I sure think so. 

And, just a few more from our Good Friday stay in Omaha...




1. Car ride! Hadley rode silently like this for the first 2 hours, clutching her new purse from Grandma Joens. So sweet. Casper wasn't as happy about the long trip ;)
2. Chipotle at Haley's table! We talked and laughed and passed our babies back and forth. It was awesome. Not pictured: a trip to Trader Joe's (a fave) with my little sister Chels. Love her! And playing Fishbowl with my brothers and sisters after the babies went to bed. So fun. 
3. Loving the backyard swing and her cousin Davis. She asked about him for days once we came home. 
4. When in Omaha... go to the zoo! It was Hadley's first time at Henry Doorley. And it was my first workout since Casper was born. Seriously, the zoo wiped me out! ;) It was a beautiful weekend we'll remember for a long time. Love my family!

3 comments:

twinsontherun said...

So darling! Some of my favorite baby pictures are when my twins were synchronized. That and when they'd fall asleep holding hands. I love everything twin-y :)
That baby hair! I'd be running my fingers through her hair all day everyday!

lidia said...

that first picture is too darling!
so crazy cool that you girls had babies at the same time!

Stephanie said...

The zoo is always a workout! Especially pushing a stroller around or wearing/carrying a baby! And that picture of your twin cousin babies??? Amazing!!! Seriously cute :)

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