Like laugh - "I can't believe this is my life" Laugh.
Wait. That doesn't sound any better.
Like laugh - "I'm really doing this everyday." Laugh.
No. That doesn't help.
"Like laugh - "I'm doing what I'm meant to be doing."
I mean I'm so lucky.
One big happy family. Full of squishy hugs. Adam has only tried to squeeze the life out of Matthew a hand full of times. Then there was the time he stepped on his head. Sat on his face. Dropped his ball on his stomach. Kicked him.
Luckily, Matthew is on track to be a bigger kid than Adam. He'll be able to defend himself in no time!
Matthew already is sick of my jokes. He rolls his eyes at me.
Adam is protective of his toys. What you don't see is I'm pushing this car while carrying matthew and holding on to Addy's leash. When I became a mom, I grew 2 extra strong invisible arms.
He's super Adam. Gramma Heidi made this for him.
Who doesn't drive the dual steering wheel carts at Lowe's this way?
Matthew is a total mommy's man. We joke a lot about how I can't be out of sight. Secretly, I love it. Makes me feel like the most important person in the world.
Even when he sleeps he needs to know I'm near by. Sometimes to get him to fall asleep, I hold his hand.
I can't wait until its just a bit cooler out. My girl, Whitney, really gets me!
One of our first smiles! He smiled for the first time at 5 weeks. It was a true smile. Not a "Ahh, that felt so good" gas smile.
My unhappy lion. Yes, I took this outfit off him, but only after taking a few photos....
It is SO hot out. TOO hot for babies. TOO hot for toddlers. TOO hot for puppies. Somehow I got stuck pushing Adam, Matthew and Addy in the double jogging stroller.
Not everyday that both my boys will cuddle in my lap at the same time.
Don't let this big baby blues fool you. He means business!
And so does he!
And so do I!