Memorial Day Weekend finally arrived, and the weather has been nothing but perfection here in Rhode Island.
I’m still waiting for my new tiny baby, but have found a new sense of patience by spending these last few days with my son. He is my only child for just a few more moments!
We have spoiled him rotten with extra kisses, hugs, “noses,” and have even found more patience when he’s woken up in the middle of the night.
This little man has been the light in our world for the past two years, and I personally can’t wait to see him become a big brother! He has such a fun loving and kind nature, that I know he is going to be so sweet to this new tiny baby when we bring her home.
Tall Dad and I have already talked about ways that we can divide and conquer the juggling act of two kids. Tall Dad will take the lead with our son, as I will be the main one with our newborn – especially because I plan on breastfeeding again…and Tall Dad can’t really help out in that way.
Our newest tiny baby is taking her time entering this world, and that’s alright. Sure, I’m big, swollen and more often than not uncomfortable, but these last couple of weeks have been a true delight with our little man!
For those of you with more than one child – did you feel the need to soak in extra one-on-one moments before the birth of your next?
Talk soon friends,
When we were expecting our second son, our oldest had just turned five. We had a big blowout birthday party for him. He graduated Pre-K within the month of delivery too. It was ALL about him! As I left for the hospital and kissed him goodbye, I cried like a baby. How could I ever love someone as much? How could I deceive this little guy? Would he ever forgive me? Well that was 15 years ago. They are now 20 and 15. And although they aren't always each other's favorites, they always have each other's backs. My oldest is away at college and he is very protective of his brother.
Your little guy will be an awesome big brother, because you will allow him to be!
Blessings to you all!
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