I am a baby person. I LOVE babies, all babies, but of course mine are especially wonderful to me. I don’t mind the sleeplessness, crying or spit up. I’ve never minded diapers and I love holding cuddling and even sleeping with my babies. I’m a family bed, baby wearing, nursing on demand mother and I LOVE every second of it. Baby boy has been no different, in fact he’s not only precious, but he also happens to be a really extra happy baby! I ADORE nursing (and allow them to nurse pretty much whenever they want, which leads to kind of all the time. Babies are just so so SO much fun, and every stage is just such a joy!
Baby boy has been no different, in fact he’s not only precious, but he also happens to be a really extra happy baby! He, like my others, has learned certain things super early, smiling, rolling over, head control, pushing up, and it’s all so much fun. He’s also really talkative, and I love hearing his sweet coo’s and all the other joyful noises he makes. I esp love his new growl/grunt when he wants extra attention, it’s adorable!
Now he’s starting to grab things. I love that look of concentration as he trys SO hard go grab that thing he sees, even though he can’t quite control his hands quite yet. When he manages to get lucky and grab it he’s THRILLED! He loves his paci clip, the ribbon, not the paci… He’s not a paci fan, but does love to suck and chew on practically everything BUT his paci.
He constantly holds his sweet little fists in this american sign language T. He has since birth, probably before, and I love it. He love standing, but doesn’t like bending much yet, he also love to flex and point his adorable fat toes. And that serious look of concentration when you can tell he’s trying to figure something out (in this case the camera)
I love his face as he looks at me, that trust and love, I’m pretty sure my face looks the same, full of wonder, joy and love. And those TOES! I just love to tickle his sweet fat feet!
I love his sweet soft ears, and his new neck wrinkles. And what’s not to love about that bum? Just want to bite it (no I don’t eat my children, it’s a term of endearment thing), and the bum dimples? TOO cute!
I love tummy time (which doesn’t last long now that he’s learned to roll over- although he’s still surprised everytime) and he has the most adorable outie belly button (thanks to a belly button hernia- still cute)
He’s just so sweet, and lovely and already has such a fun personality! We are all so in love with him. I can’t remember life before him and can’t imagine what we would be doing without him. These four months have gone WAY to fast for my tastes, I wish I could slow it all down and enjoy and savor each stage just a little bit more. There is nothing I’d rather be doing than being a mom and I’m so grateful for all I’ve been blessed with!