Don't go out in public.
Don't allow visitors who are or have children.
Don't let my five year old sister Kathryn go play with other kids or go to school if she's staying with us (which she and my mother are).
Don't allow anyone to kiss the babies heads, faces or hands.
And make everyone who comes over wash their hands for like an hour - even if they don't hold the babies.
So, in case you were wondering if you can come visit me, here's the deal:
We decided that our immediate family can hold the babies, although we not only made Kathryn wash her hands but also bathe and change clothes before she could hold the boys.
A few friends who don't have kids and only hang out with other adults have stopped by for brief visits, but we're also really into turning people away.
Oh, and the doctor said we shouldn't go to church for like three months, even if we go by ourselves and don't bring the babies - since we could come into contact with a bunch of sick people and then bring germs home to our tiny, adorable and susceptible children.
But if you are my or Travis' siblings please stop by.
And if you are not then you can hold the babies this summer, unless you are sick.
Speaking of, people are really into wiping their runny noses and then saying "It's just allergies."
I don't care why your nose is running. I don't want your snot on my babies.