Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Cows for sale!

The twins are now on whole milk..I know, I know...it's a week early but with the stomach virus they had...I'd had enough of formula. They LOVE it and I do too. No more bottles to wash, no more trying to feed 2 babies their bottles. It's gotten so much easier without having to make batches of formula. Their appetites are great, too. Brady will pretty much eat anything and everything. Jack is a little pickier but is a great eater also. I can tell by the time they are all teenagers, they will be eating us out of house and home. As it stands now, we already go through 4 GALLONS of milk a week! So, I was thinking....it might be cheaper to just buy a cow? By the time they are teenagers, we may be going through 8 gallons of milk a week...

8 comments:

Sweet Pea Chef said...

I hear ya!

My theory is that while parents of girls have to pay for a wedding, parents of boys have to pay for all...that...food.

I can't even imagine how much milk/food we will go through when the boys are older.

Serah said...

Oh, what a happy day it was when Brady went off of formula! Congratulations on making the big move.

Serah said...

Oops, meant to add that my son's name is Brady as well. Sorry for any confusion!

slacker mama said...

Hey...have you seen the contest on CBB for the mom whose twins are closest in age to Patrick Dempsey's?

http://www.celebrity-babies.com/2008/02/patrick-dempsey.html#more

N M B said...

I have two older sisters, an older brother, and a younger brother. When we were growing up, my older brother would drink so much milk so fast that no one else would get any! My mom resorted to buying everyone their OWN gallon of milk so Mason wouldn't guzzle it all the minute it came home from the store!

magnolia mama said...

Congrats on the end of formula! We have a milkman deliver milk every Thursday. I love it b/c we never run out.

Amy said...

Yeah! No more mixing up formula :) I can't belive that they are almost 1!

clemsongirlandthecoach said...

Great change, but sad too, yes? Milk costs more than gas, so we're all screwed!

:)