Other than that, we have taken a few walks around their new village they moved to recently. The tulips are not ready to show their pretty blooms yet. In fact, I arrived to snow which was peaceful on the countryside with the canals in between. It snowed for a few days after that but since then has been the normal grey sky. The church bells wake me up in the morning (okay wake me up the third time after the babies, but it sounds more picturesque) and I did venture over to see the windmill house down the road on the canal. This village is small and walkable to most things as opposed to taking the bikes -but you still see a lot of them. The twin's stroller gains quite the attention, and surprised looks when they realize it's a boy and girl. I must say, I have had to stay outside a few times with the babies and stroller because the small shops do not accomadate the wide load in tow!!
I have to mention my nephew Jesiah as well. It is a tough thing to suddenly share mom and dad with two babies, but he is doing well. He has spent most of his life in The Netherlands and it has cracked me up that there are a few words in our everyday language that he lacks. For example, we were walking down the lane and he told his mom he wanted to sit on the chair that is by the road. She didn't know what he was talking about until he pointed to the park bench facing the canal!! Funny I thought.
Well, this turned lengthy. I will just put up some pictures when I return without more words!
*and I am now going mad because blogger spell check is not working - sorry!