I would like to freeze Bitsy where she is right now. Can anyone help with this? She's happy. She's curious. She loves everyone. She's affectionate (although her kisses are very slobbery & feel more like toothless bites). She's in love with her siblings (we call them her kids). She's funny. She's tiny. She still naps. She doesn't eat much. Her clothes are precious. She can't really argue with me. She never talks back (although sometimes I'm pretty sure she's trying to). She's very portable. And most importantly, she thinks I'm the best thing that ever walked the earth.
Is there anyway to stop her right were she is? Can she always be six months old, setting in her swing with her leg propped up on the tray, head tilted to the side smiling at me for all she's worth?
I took her to school with me one day to pick up BabyGirl. She was so excited to see the hall way full of kids. She smiled at them and tried to talk to them. Then suddenly BabyGirl was there in front of us. Bitsy's entire face lit up. She smiled with her whole body in the way only babies & toddlers can. In that sea of faces, she'd found her kid. All was right in the world.
Right now she's swinging & sucking on her big toe pausing to grin at me periodically.
I know everyone thinks their kids are beautiful, but I know mine are. Daddy once said, "My girls don't have ugly babies." He was right.