The Gallery – 24 hours

These pictures are my attempt to document 24 hours in the life of Esther and William

It shows how our lives revolve around food and why it always feels like bath time in our house!!

Our day includes lots of sleep and nappy changes too but I have spared you the detail of those.

And so we begin with breakfast, followed by some tummy time.  After sleep and nappies Esther and William watch a snippet of Baby Einstein whilst I prepare the lunch.  After lunch, more nappies and sleep we try to get out and about.  Fresh air prepares us for yet another nap before drugs and bath time, cuddle time and bed.  Then the whole process starts all over again.

Here is a window on our average 24 hours, why not shine a light on yours?



About willest

Very proud 34 year old Mum of twins William and Esther, born on 24th July 2010 at 27 weeks and 3 days
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7 Responses to The Gallery – 24 hours

  1. Lindsey says:

    Brilliant! What a fantastic post. It looks tiring and yet so fulfilling! 🙂 x

  2. Gorgeous babies 🙂 Busy day!

  3. Your babies are just so beautiful 🙂

  4. Beautiful babies! I am expecting our first (1st March) so it is nice to have a peep in to the future. Although we will only have one 🙂 x

  5. Herding Cats says:

    What an amazing post!

  6. Your babies are so cute! I don’t envy you pushing that pram though – it looks like hard work! Great post 🙂

  7. Gorgeous! If my rusty old maths is correct, your little ones were due a month after my youngest’s due date, yet were born two months before her arrival! I know it must be incredibly hard work, but there’s still a part of me that wishes I had twins… they are just adorable and it must be so amazing to watch them grow together!!! xx

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