From Knits and Reads, we have Lulu sharing some sweet baby mama thoughts and offering a fabulous giveaway!! Just check out some of her fabulous crafts. This is pure talent:
First, I would like to thank Alison for inviting me to do a guest post on her blog for Baby Week! I am greatly honored and excited that she invited me! I've started to think of some of the funny things I've heard kids say.
...my daughter and I used to go bargain hunting, one day she said, "Mommy, I don't like bargains, I'm afraid of them" ...I think she thought they were monsters!
...my daughter was sitting in the living room with a cup of water, I went into the next room, when I came back there was water everywhere, my daughter said, "Mom, I don't know what happened, all of the sudden the cup just jumped into the air, all by itself, and the water came out!" hmm, kind of iffy, don't you think!
...my son was about 3 and we were at a small quaint pizza restaurant with my parents, grandparents and in-laws. We were sitting right next to the single bathroom so my son went in to do his 'stuff' and came out butt naked, yelling, "Mommy, I did it, I pooped!" everyone in the restaurant laughed so hard, and my grandparents still talk about it.
Babies are so sweet and innocent, they grow up so fast...take the time to spend time with your children and enjoy them. I know so many people who never really talk to their kids, or have their kids spend more time in daycare than they do at home, I know this is not always avoidable, but cherish the time you do have with them! Find the time to laugh until tears run from your eyes, let the bathroom get a little wet and bubbly on the floor during bath time, don't sweat the small stuff because before you know it they'll be teens and you'll have an entirely new way of looking at life. Accidents will happen, and some moments may not seem funny until years later, but savor every moment with your children, take hundred's of photos, trace those little hands and feet, just enjoy them!