A lady today told me that if babies stayed itty-bitty, cuddly, babies for a longer time period, people would have fewer kids.
Charli has changed so much, so quickly.
Just when I start to feel like I have a handle on Charlotte’s new stage, and I’ve stopped pouting about how old she looks, everything changes again!
I’m still reeling from her first birthday. I keep looking at the hundreds of pictures we’ve taken since July 26, 2012. Teary-eyed, I force HOS to participate by shoving pictures into his face and asking if he removes the time she did this or her first that. *sigh* I’m not ready to accept that my precious baby is one, and she goes and does this …
Don’t get me wrong! I’m so proud of her. I’m amazed at how quickly she learns, and how strong she is. I’m so happy for her. … I just feel bad for myself. My baby isn’t a baby, baby any more.
And I’m too out of shape to chase this little walking machine!!
Love your blog!
Would just like to share what I wrote on how not to be a parent
Thanks bunch! 🙂
I know how you feel. My brother’s first wedding anniversary was on Sunday, so I started looking through pictures of his wedding over the weekend. Andy wasn’t even sitting up on his own yet. Now, no part of our house is safe! When I look at old baby photos I have to convince myself that it’s the same kid and that someone didn’t sneak into our house at night and switch my baby boy with a toddler.
So cute. Congrats! It’s true…they change so quickly. I take a million pictures and go through them all the time and cry. lol