Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Christmas confession

All the time I am asked "Twins?  How do you do it?"

We just smile and say we don't know any other way of having kids. 

I wonder how often that question is asked to Helene.  She has two sets of twins just two years apart in age!

I'm guest posting on her blog today, follow the link here to find me.  Please head over there to check out my thoughts.  While you're there, read some (or all) of what she's written, follow her, stalk her, leave a comment if you would. 

If you like my humor and sarcasm, you're going to love her.  Even if you don't like my humor and sarcasm, you're still going to love her.

Thanks, and enjoy!

In case my imbedded link doesn't work, you can just go here:


irishtwinsmommababybook said...

Hey! Over here from Helene's blog. She is pretty awesome. I often wonder the same thing about bloggers. Best of luck to you!!! I can't wait to have something to read and catch up on your blog.

Helene said...

My favorite thing to say to people who ask, "Twins? How did you manage that?" is "Sex...twice in one night. Works every time, obviously".

Their jaws drop. It's beautiful.

Thanks so much for guest posting on my blog today!!

Sela Toki said...

Nice to meet you Brad. Saw your "guest post" on Helene's blog and decided to walk over. LOL. Met so many wonderful people through Helene. Enjoyed your post and hope you don't mind, I want to follow.

Anonymous said...

As parents of the sneaky child who would search out his presents, we hope that what goes around, comes around!! He asked if I knew he did that, and I replied that I did not know. Then he asked if I was surprised, and, of course, my answer was NO.

Brad Jenkins said...

Looks like Papa's own mama and papa learned how to use the anonymous posting feature!

Rhiannon said...

visiting over from Helen's and everything you said about her is true! gotta love her! Great to hear a daddy point of view shes right we need more daddys out there!
Im your newest follower :-)

championm2000 said...

I forgot to ask on when I commented over at Helene's if you have outgrown this, um, habit??

Merry Christmas to you and your sweet family (regardless of whether you already know what you're getting or not).

Julia said...

Melissa, I have to say--it is a little challenging to get a surprise past him. But---I've done it before. It takes a lot of careful planning (and hiding).

The Christmas we were expecting the girls (they were born in Feb), we said "no gifts", but I got him something and he had no idea it was coming (at least that's what he said). I was on bedrest, but sent friends out to get my shopping done for me. :)