So our youngest just turned one in April and just like all of a sudden he just seems less and less baby like it makes me so sad and he started throwing tantrums if his older brother takes it away from him or if we put him down and he doesn't wanna get put down and like his playpen or something if he wants to not be no he doesn't wanna be in there he wants to be crawling or some thing he just like like throws himself on the floor and throws a tantrum and it's like wow this happened so fast like where did my little baby go it's just crazy how fast it can change like overnight
I was just talking to my husband about that. Time goes by so, so fast. Our youngest will be two in September and it's like we're already thinking about his second birthday and it's just like like, it happened so fast.
Oh it's so bittersweet isn't it do you know Mason is six and I don't know how that happened and I look at them all the time and liquid my baby girl when I could see it in his cheek still a little bit but it's like we want him to grow up and we love this moment seeing them learn new things with them to know that they'll never be teeny tiny squishy baby again so I totally feel ya
Time goes faster than you think enjoy those moments because you'll never get them back I have an almost 11-year-old that's my oldest and my youngest will be almost 4 and I'm like wow I look back at my 11 year old baby pictures and I'm like holy crap where did where am I every girl where did she go she grew a boom or a middle school next year wow that came really fast faster than I ever thought I would enjoy
It's like a bitter sweet feeling watching your kids grow up like my son is about to be six months on Tuesday and I just can't believe like it's been six months like half a year has gone by and I definitely see the change in his personality his behavior I definitely see everything changing and it's definitely just bittersweet like I'm so happy I love it that he's growing I can't wait and then I'm sad because