I have 2 boys so my favorite moments would have to be when my 3 & 1/2 year old DS snuggles up to me and says love you mommy so I say it back and then in the sweetest little voice he always asks, "Mommy we best friends?"... I love it and I always reply, "Yes baby bug we are best friends!"... With my new little man, favorite moment would have to be the one morning I had fed him around 5:30am and laid him back down, he didnt go back to sleep but also didnt fuss so I started dozing off for the the next 2 hours until my older baby woke up. At that point I carried the baby down stairs and in that short little time he nuzzled into my chest and fell asleep,,, Made me smile to know that he just wanted his mommy!
I love being a mom and although I miss the baby days with my big boy, I love watching him learn new things when the light bulb flicks on his face always lights up and its like I've achieved something!View Thread
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