AUTHOR: Marty, a.k.a. canape
TITLE: Five months
DATE: 6/29/2010 09:59:00 AM
Look at you. Five months old already. I don't know how the time has passed so quickly. You've been sitting up for almost a month now. It amazes me.
You have this hearty, throaty belly laugh that when accompanied by that huge open mouth grin you like to flash makes my heart completely melt.
We still co-sleep, and if for some reason I leave you sleeping in your daddy's lap and go to bed without you, I miss you terribly. It's the one good thing about the house not being finished yet. There is no pressure for you to go to your own room because you still don't have one yet.
I'm sorry that you've been sick so much. This morning, you vomited twice after you woke up, simply from all of the mucous you swallowed during the night. I don't know why you and I are having such a hard time kicking stomach bugs and colds, because you are certainly a breastfed baby. But we are both having a hard time staying well. You are a really good sport about it though. Thank you for that.
You have already stopped looking like a little clone of your big brother. I thought for a few months there that I was going to have identical twins, two years apart. You've come into your own though, and I apologize profusely for the ears I have passed on to you. You will most likely get teased over them until your hair grows in to offset them a little bit.
Right. And you are still so very very bald. That just means I can nuzzle your head all the more.
I read all about how I would have room in my heart for both of my boys. It's not that I thought otherwise - I knew I would love all of my children - but I didn't realize how much all of that love would grow. My whole life has become submerged in the depth of love I have for my children.
So your brother, sweet Bird, made me who I am, but you, my little Squeak, you complete me.
You are my littlest love.
Labels: Squeak, Warm Fuzzies
DATE:Sunday, July 4, 2010 at 10:15:00 PM EDT
I love this:
"My whole life has become submerged in the depth of love I have for my children."
Yup. Mother love is powerful.
Glad to see you back.