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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Building up her immune system/9 months

She thought she was hilarious!!  Every time she would do this we would stop her and of course that made a game of it! Oh well...you can't win 'em all, right? ;)


How is she already 9 months old?! Out longer than in! Oh my how I wish I could find a way to make time slow down, if only for a bit...


"You will never have this day with your children again. Tomorrow they'll be a little older then they were today. This day is a gift. Just breathe, notice, study their faces and little feet. Pay Attention. Relish the charms of the present. Enjoy today, it will be over before you know it. " [Jen Hatmaker]

12 comments:

Megan said...

She is adorable!! Time does need to slow down, I mean really slow down.

Catholic Mutt said...

She's as cute as she can be while trying to ingest all those germs though! :)

Lucky as Sunshine said...

sooo cute!

Joy Beyond the Cross said...

I know, I wish I could slow time down...it goes by so fast! Oh, and Elizabeth was in a phase of wanting to lick the Target carts when she was around 14 months old...AHHHH!!!!!!

Kat said...

She is simply gorgeous!

Angela said...

Awwww....it does go so fast! Caroline is almost 8 months over here and I just saw a pic of a new mom holding her tiny little infant who was sleeping on her shoulder...Caroline doesn't even do that anymore! :( She wants to fall asleep in her crib or she will go to sleep in the ERGO if we are out and about....but it just made me think about how fast it goes! All those sleepless nights are gone in the blink of an eye!

Faith makes things possible said...

Megan: it really does!

Faith makes things possible said...

CM: so true!

Faith makes things possible said...

Sunshine: thank you! :)

Faith makes things possible said...

JBTC: hahaha...well, we've had multiple moments where we were "bragging" how we thought F was brilliant, only to look back and see her licking something....
My guess is a the brilliant ones lick things they shouldn't! ;)

Faith makes things possible said...

Thank you Kat!

Faith makes things possible said...

Angela; I know what you mean! :/ only if little miss is really tired will she snuggle
(After nursing and no distractions)-but usually she wants to be put down in her crib with her lovies! My dh talks all the time about how he misses how she would sleep on him (anytime/anywhere).