Saturday, August 11, 2007

babies babies babies

We are babysitting our friends' baby Cooper while his parents go out for an anniversary date.

Liam enjoys playing with the baby. He sat down on the floor with Cooper and pointed to his feet and said "feet' then to his knees and said "knees". He went on like this and said "shoulders, belly, ears, eyes, nose, head," If I didn't hear him or couldn't understand him he came over to me and whispered it in my ear. Made me melt.

Liam is hands down, the sweetest little boy in the whole world. He is so gentle, not only with babies, but with everyone, he is so loving, and gives hugs and kisses to almost everyone he meets.

Liam also signed to me.. asking MOM, BABY?
"Oh you want mommy to have a baby?" "YESH!" Liam exclaimed. "Maybe in a few more years, Liam."

Having kids is being introduced to love, a new amazing kind of love, for the first time.

So many of my friends are having babies now, first babies. I have been thinking so much of how much their lives will change, in all the bad ways, and not thinking much of how their lives will change, in all the good ways. Now I am being reminded. All the sleepless nights, not being able to just take a shower, having to get a babysitter to go out with your spouse, suffering through embarassing public fits...(just to name a few of the downsides) it is all worth it, times a million.


Scarlett said...

I love babies. I can't get enough of them.

I think cancer is a lot more prevalent today.. especially childhood. But I think thats lead to more research and better survival rates too.. I have leukemia with a weird presentation so its not really cureable.. but I'm stable right now which is good! Glad to hear your father is doing well now!

Scarlett said...

Oh and also I hope they get the eye cancer under control! Sorry.. I'm a slow reader!

britmummybites said...

Children are amazing especially babies.
How's everything going, enjoying your school holidays?