Anyway, even though there's nothing much I want to buy, it doesn't diminish my desire to shop. So I channelled it toward the kids. I've been thinking of buying them a play gym, to give them yet another place other than their cots to hang out. And this need has been exacerbated by the fact that the babies are gaining weight and carrying them for long periods of time makes me feel like I need to go to a chiropractor and get myself realigned.
And this mommy doesn't do things in halves. Looking at all the playgyms available, I zeroed in on the one with the most functions. My eyes bugged when I saw that it cost more than a hundred bucks, immediately my mind translated that into tops and shoes. But I shook the thoughts out of my head as I decided I wanted to spoil my children and thrill myself by buying something as cool as this, so I splurged and bought it. It's as cool as the bouncy chair that plays music from the iPod that Ru has for Xander, but close enough. And thankfully, the kids really like it.
Evan, in it, just after he woke up. a convenient place to put in as I struggle to get sleep out of my eyes and wash up.
Jordan, rolling around on it, fascinated that there were so many things hanging above her and these weren't the usual ones on her cot.
So, Mommy is happy and pleased although the desire to shop? Not quite sated.
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