The Next Generation of Bloggers…





Clark and Henry would like to take a stab at blogging.  Truthfully, they all LOVE looking at the blog, especially watching themselves on video.  These 2 little munchkins climbed up on the chair by themselves. Little adults.

They know the computer is off limits.

                   "Just Look, No Touch!"

Any guesses how many times I say "NO" in one day? 


19 thoughts on "The Next Generation of Bloggers…"

  1. They sure are gorgeous boys, Jen!

    I wouldn’t even attempt to guess…with a house of 5 children of my own, I know it is too many to count!

    God bless you all from CA.

  2. P.S. I was so surprised I got to be the first post!!! I feel like I won a contest or something!

    Veronica from CA

  3. Anonymous says:

    hehehehe little bloggers!!! so cute, jen! ~sioby

  4. Anonymous says:

    They are getting so big. My guess is 100x !

  5. Elizabeth says:

    Super cute…they look so growny in these pictures! Great job on the look not touch…we’re working hard on that one.

  6. hellomorleen says:

    Well, with my two kids I say it about 100 times/day so double that, and my guess is 200! Oh, and add on an extra 25 since they are all boys :))))

  7. Oh, I can all to well imagine how many times you have to say “No” 🙂 With 11 of our own, I hear you! 🙂
    Just keep lovingly teaching, training, and disciplining and when they get older, you won’t have to say no as much…just give them that raised eyebrow look and they will know!
    I feel I have very strong forehead muscles 🙂
    I love reading your blog! Praise the Lord for your sweet family!

  8. My two love to try to get to the computer too!

  9. Two more bloggers in the Murray field-oh my! Onto how many times for “No”, I would say over 100!

  10. Sarah says:

    i love their seriousness as they are “looking and not touching” like they are trying to figure out how to touch it without you knowing! hahaha…

    and my guess for No’s is 4x the amt i say it a day! hahaha….and that is a lot!

  11. lynne uk says:

    I look forward to reading their first blogs!

  12. Emilie says:

    I can imagine you say “no” about 4 times as often as I do. I’m Natalie Strand’s sister and I love reading about your boys. I have 1 little boy just a little older than your boys and I can’t imagine how busy you must be. But they’re beautiful and totally worth every moment. 🙂

  13. -s- says:

    I am going to guess that it’s at least 2 times more than I have to say it to my 17 month old twins!

  14. Kate says:

    I’m thinking alot, but probably not as many times as my 16-month-old says it in a day!

  15. Gayle says:

    Is that Brooks watching his brothers? I like to try and see if I can figure out who is in the phots (when you don’t label them). What a wonderful life you have. (I am looking forward to reading more of your rewinds). I would love to experience your day. While have four babies at once would seem the impossible challege, I sometimes wonder if it would be different than all the different ages we have?! They are such beautiful boys! (And you and Brad look great, too!).

  16. Gayle – You guessed correctly! Brooks is looking on while Clark (left) and Henry (right) check their email! =)

    We live a blessed life!

  17. KSDallas says:

    I am going to go against the crowd and say your boys did good and you didn’t have to say “no” more than once or twice.

    Don’t make me look bad boys!


  18. Quad Squad! says:

    Ha! So cute! My kids love to look at the blog too! And I have a PRETTY GOOD idea how many times you have to say “NO” every day! Haha!

  19. Annie says:

    How many times you say “no” in a day? Hmm. 1000 times a day for one child x 4 = 4000? But wait, they are multiples, egging one another one, which means it is an exponential equation… oh dear, maths never was my strong point! My final answer: A lot. (a metric lot, not an imperial lot :P)

    I came across your blog here today and I am sure I have read about you once before – did you used to have a different blog, before, when you had newborn quadruplets boys?

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