Friday, September 6, 2013

Focusing on Life :: Twos

Everything seems to come in twos at my house. When you have 2 girls, close in age, you can't very well buy singles. Everything comes in doubles. So when Sally asked us to think about things that comes in twos .... my quick answer is ... my girls. 

Here you have 2 girls, sitting on a 2-seater couch on 2 devices, separated by 2 pillows (of course, they couldn't be touching each other - that is way to bothersome). Yep. Everything comes in doubles. You should have heard my husband this morning talking about the credit card bill. So sue me. I went back-to-school shopping for 2 girls. Yikes!

I will be a little delayed again this weekend in getting around to everyone's posts. But I'll check in later in the weekend!





21 comments:

Duni said...

Hope you're have a great time in the Adirondacks, Cynthia!
A cushion-barrier - ha!

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

I love how they've put up a barrier! Hey, we all need some personal space, don't we?

Miss Val's Creations said...

Awww! It is so awesome that they are close in age! Personal space it so important. :) Have a great weekend.

BeadedTail said...

Hahaha! Fun take on the twos! Hope you enjoyed your time in the Adirondacks!

Caron Michelle said...

Gorgeous girls - yes things are more fun in twos!

Claudia Aguilar said...

Great twos!

Magic Love Crow said...

Cute post ;o) Your girls are adorable ;o)

Mama Zen said...

Double the fun! They are so cute!

Islandgirl said...

I only have one kid not two... and at the momment three cats only one of which I adopted ,,, the other two found me and they hate each other... fortunately there is no back to school shopping for anyone here anymore!

Courtney said...

Love, love this! Your two are wonderful.

Marlene Cupo said...

Sisters may have pillows between them now, but give them time and there will be nothing that can seperate their love of each other.

Claire said...

You are doubly blessed with 2 girls :) Love how they use the cushions - my daughter does the same, she insists it's to cover her feet...

Mary K. McGraw said...

I also have two daughters close in age. Your post reminded me of those years when they lived at home and yes, I had to buy everything in twos.

Alice said...

So funny they put up a pillow betweeen them. I'll bet they will be best friends when they are older. I'm a twin and though we fought when we were younger we are best friends now.

Becky Pancake said...

Beautiful daughters. I had boys 11 months apart and now I have grandsons. I am always pleased to watch my nieces little girl and I am thankful to have her in my life.

Beti Horvath said...

Not sure how I missed you, except that you we way down on the Linky, but you have a lovely pair of girls... what I thought I would have, except that Michael was born instead of Michelle. Oh well!

Adrienne said...

I love the barrier, so close but only so close I guess, lol!

Shel said...

Awesome Twos!! Your daughters are beautiful. And the 'pillow barrier' is 'two-funny' ;-)

Memories for Life said...

What a perfect post for this prompt! Hope you had a great weekend :)

Kashmira said...

This one goes into my "favorite-posts-by-cynthia' folder :)

Kashmira said...

And speaking of cushion barriers...my sisters and I used to have an invisible line etched into the bed! We had a bigggg bed that three of us used to share. Being the youngest one, i was bullied into sleeping in the middle, trapped in between these two imaginary, but very much existing lines that even my long long hair was not allowed to cross! Ah..the silliness!

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