This is going to sound really weird, but I imagine there are a couple of people out there that may relate. One reason I was unsure about having kids so soon is because I didn’t want them to grow up. I wanted a baby but I didn’t want a toddler or pre-schooler or teenager. Know what I’m saying? I still have those thoughts. My baby is already one week and one day old. SLOW DOWN! Thankfully God knows that He’s doing and you don’t give birth to a toddler, so I have some time to love on this little baby before he gets to be bigger than a Hot Pocket.
It’s good news/bad news time. The bad news is that I still am not in the mood to write any more than two paragraphs. The good news is that I finally uploaded all the pictures from my camera so I have more pictures to show you. If you are a crazy person who gets tired of seeing pictures of newborns, feel free to leave my blog immediately.
Now to the rest of you… those with souls, check out these pictures. These are some of my favorites.
This is our first picture as a family. I look very tired, but it’ll always be a special picture.
This is my current favorite picture of Jansen and the background on my laptop.
This is just a ridiculously cute picture.
This was the first morning we had him, a mere 7 hours after he was born. Stephen was eating some Raisen Bran and letting Jansen sleep on his lap.
And this is the sweetest picture ever.
Doesn’t that make your heart flutter??
In case you can’t tell, we are having a great time with this little boy. He’s pretty easy, sleeps a lot and eats a lot. Oh… and pees A LOT. But he’s pretty much the cutest baby I’ve ever laid eyes on so I just stare at him all day. I know there are 24 hours in a day, but somehow there doesn’t seem to be enough time to cuddle him.
I hope you all have a great weekend. I’m going to two wedding showers this weekend and the current plan is for me to leave Jansen at home for one of them. I’m not sure I can handle that though… mommies aren’t meant to leave their newborns behind. I think I may die. I’ll let you know how it goes.