My favorite thing about being a mom is talking to my baby and he talks back to me and smiling. My least favorite thing is him not wanting to sleep in his crib at the moment and trying to get some sleep. My 3 year old running around being all loud waking up the baby lol never fails. He's a great big brother tho. He gives him kisses and says the baby's so cute. He helps with the feedings when I bottle feed and brings me diapers. My baby is officially 7 weeks today so grown now and trying to move like he can just get up and walk lor crawl lol.
My favorite part is the smiles for sure :). My daughter has the biggest blue eyes and it's like they sparkle when she smiles. This is my last so I am trying to take the extra time to just enjoy her. My least favorite part is that there are some things I can't really do with my other 3 over summer holidays if it is too hot or too rainy or too windy, etc. They don't seem to mind though. They absolutely adore her :). Congrats to everyone and I hope you are all doing well.
My favorite part of being a mommy is ... I really don't know...I don't think I could say much right know.... Im really overwhelmed with a new born, 2 yr old and six year old...
Well ..when I'm not stress, tired and overwhelmed.. My favorite part of being a mommy is when I bring home a new baby and all he know is that he needs my love and care...& once they get bigger I like it when they call me mommy...but being a mom requires alot of patience ..yeah theirs time I wish I had a good babysitter so I could go out and have fun with my husband just the two of us like we use to when we were dating..
I just really need a break..can't remember when was the last time I gone out to see a movie..lol
But I'm happy...I have 3 beautiful baby's
Nathan is now 5 weeks and his starting to smile and make cute little sounds ..I'm teaching him how to say mom and yesterday I heard something that sounded like mama...my husband said that it sounded more like papa.. Lol
lol... I feel like I need "Super Nanny"!! My favorite part is when I'm breastfeeding him and he looks straight into my eyes and I feel so happy to be able to bond with him and to know that he still needs me and that I'm the only one that can provide that love and nourishment he needs.
My least favorite part is when my 21 mth old pats him on his back so hard b/c she wants to hear him burp. It's so hard with a 21mth old a newborn and a 7 year old who wants to know how babies are made. What would you tell a 7 year old when they ask that? Do you tell them how babies are made? I told my daughter that she has to be older and that when she's older she has to eat a lot of healthy foods.... then she asks if there's another way to make them.... Hahaha, if she only knew!
You have got your hands full...lol @ your 7 yr old I'm so glad I'm not at that stage I really don't know how to answer that. I had a 6/7 year old at the time ask me "what is sex?" I told him to go ask his parents idk why he felt like he had to ask me lol. My 8 yr old cousin questioned me about breastfeeding...He was like "What is he doing? I just wanna see his face." lmbo. It is hard with a 3 yr old and a newborn so I know the feeling. 2 boys I say to myself woooooo I got my work cut out for me.
My fav part the smiles too well hes trying but his lil face lights up and he looks around and around when he hears my voice! I worked for a week (had to quit already medical probs) but that week i was gone i came in one day after being gone and he turned and smiled as big as he could when he saw me walking in made my day as i hadnt seen him smile like that! That and its amazing how he can be fussy and i take him and he quits and looks at me just like he did when he was born!
The least yes the fussiness he loves to wake up at 8 pm and its on! he wants his bottle ok get that but once he finishes he just cries and gets demanding till time for another so its 12 or 1 b4 we lay down! im not sure how to soothe him in between bottles any tips on that? he cant just eat and eat he ll throw up and he has im doing about every 3 hrs right now!
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