Dear Square Piece readers,
I’ve discovered a gift that I have that keeps my mommy from remembering what day it is, what time it is and what year it is: my big, fat grins.
Considering the fact that changing my diaper is one of the least pleasant aspects of being a parent, I’ve decided to go easy on her and make that my most concentrated grin time. You wouldn’t believe how long she leaves me on the changing table, hovering, cooing and sounding out vowel sounds.
Then she pauses and gives me an opportunity to talk back. Sometimes I do, but making those noises (as opposed to my comfortable grunts) still makes me feel a little unsure. Mommy always gets high pitched and doe-eyed when I try though, caressing my cheek and exclaiming, “Good job!” So it seems like I ought to keep trying at least.
But back to the grins. Sometimes I grin, but sometimes I just make funny faces at her, like this one:
Then she grins right back at me.
Thanks for sharing her!
Oh my, TOO CUTE!!
Seriously thinking I’m gonna have to kidnap that child.
Oh my goodness. With this face staring at you, even
poop smells like roses, I’m sure!!!!
SO CUTE!!!!! More beautiful/handsome by the day.
Pics (esp the second one cracked me up!!) Btw, i got my hair trimmed and a gloss (break the base or whichever i am supposed to call it!) done by Lindsey today. She did a good job – but I miss YOU!!
Unfortunately, given the way our schedules are, it doesn’t appear i will be able to get an appointment with you in the foreseeable future. So I will simply wait to see when (and if) you increase your hours at some point in the future. In the meantime — I don’t want you to feel bad or to lay a guilt trip on you. (Just like when i found out you were pregnant — I am thrilled for you!! You are such a special, caring person and you need this time to be with your sweet boy. He will only be this young once!! I want you to enjoy your extra hours with him and we will catch up at some point in the future. *PS: Don’t let other clients make you feel guilty. Being with Bennett more is priceless. :o) HUGS!
What a happy boy! Those smiles prove that he is loved…our children learn what they live.
I’m in love.
He’s soooo amazing! Makes me smile wide! 😀