Last Friday night was a long awaited Girl's Night Out. Nicole and I joined a group of friends for a viewing of the new Twilight movie New Moon, and left Marcos and Nick behind with the twins. Remember them? This is only one, but they're identical, so if you've seen one, you've seen 'em all. (Just kidding Brookston; You are unique in all the world, you are unique in all the world...).
It was 1:30am when we arrived back at Nicole's. After watching the movie, consuming amazing goodies at Rebecca's house and having quality, meaningful talk for hours into the night (this made up for the I.Q. points that I lost over the course of the movie), we came back to a quiet sleeping-baby house, and two satisfied men.
While we were away, Nick (who moonlights as a rockstar) and Marcos had spent hours recording their own version of a church children's song called "Baptism" (located at the end of the post). That's Marcos' voice singing the first verse as well as melody in the third, and Nick covering the instruments and percussion, the second verse and the harmonies. I love listening to them sing together.
I have already put out my hints that a great, cheap Christmas gift for me and Giovanna would be to have four or five of the church children's songs recorded by the Daddies, but we'll see how far my suggestion makes it...