Put up your dukes, c'mon, c'mon! He's such a boy, he like to growl. Grrr!
Just like daddy.
What a sweet boy!
Jonah likes the rain. It was so funny, he would pat his head because he could feel the rain on his head. Sort made him look a little bit um "special".
Sniff, sniff! He's growing up so fast.
I used to have a plan that he'd be out of a bottle at 1. Ha! I was so naive about how a mother feels about her baby growing. I used to say that I wouldn't let my child dictate how I spent my time. Ha! If Jonah needs a nap, there is no "what mommy wants", its naptime!
It really is true that you don't fully appreciate being a mom until you have a baby of your own. I didn't understand that before I had Jonah. No amount of books, obervations or watching nephews (and nieces) prepared me. Before I had kids it was so easy to judge other parents about, well, pretty much everything. Now I have more understanding and compassion (not for stupid parents), but for mom's that still give a bottle to a 2 yr old. I understand that the bottle may be his last link to being a baby and that you are loathe to give it up.
Although motherhood is sometimes challenging, I am inspired by this post to emphasize the positive. I love being Jonah's mommy. I love being in the mommy club.