Rules for dating my son meme
Diana lives outside Philadelphia with her husband and 3 amazing, goofy kids.We spend a lot of time prepping for the arrival of a baby.Right now it feels a little silly to be writing this letter. He'll ask a question, you and I will each give him a different answer, and he will listen to yours over mine.My , my little toddler, is upstairs, tucked in a bed that seems giant compared to him, and it reminds me how tiny his body is. He'll study your hands, memorize your face, and have pictures of you up in his office (or, in his “super awesome pick-up-truck-excavator in a tunnel" which is where he currently plans to work). You'll help him discover the world, you'll be the one to make him feel better when he is sad or sick. His dad and I are teaching him how to respect others and be respected.Nothing can prepare you for the intense thirst that hits when breastfeeding.Quench that thirst (and help keep your milk supply up in the process) by always having a water bottle with a straw nearby, like this Exquis Large Outdoor Water Bottle.
You do not have to cover yourself if you don't want to—and many mamas choose not to—and we are all for it.He's lost in a sea of blankets that I lovingly wrapped around him, before I brushed his hair off his forehead, kissed him and came downstairs to write to you. His lanky feet will soon hang off the edge of that bed, and before I know it, he'll sleep in a new bed, in a different home, away from me. How to listen, how to help, and how to ask for help when he needs it.And one day, I hope he lavishes you with that respect and kindness.You'll be able to wear the nursing cover instead of stuffing it in your already brimming diaper bag—and it's nice to have it right there when the baby is ready to eat.
Also, in the inevitable event that your baby spits-up on you or you leak some milk through your shirt, having a quick and stylish way to cover up is a total #momwin.
And how could I not love the person that loves all of that about my child?