September 19, 2006

They Truly Don't Keep!


I snuggled Grayson close last night- he slept like a little bunny with his head burrowed in my chest. He'll be one year old in less than a month. He's almost walking, too. Does that mean he'll no longer be a baby?

P.S. This picture is of Gray at one week old.

This post is what brings most people to my blog according to Google & my site meter. I am happy to see some new faces come out of the woodwork to give their Amens to yesterday's post, too.

It's true.

So quiet down cobwebs;
Dust go to sleep!
I'm rocking my baby and
Babies Don't Keep.

14 comments:

  1. So true! Caleb turned one year old today and I can't believe it!!

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  2. My little one turned three in April and I keep wondering where time has flown. Treasure every minute, before we know it they are going to college :)

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  3. It seems like once they hit 12 months...BOOM they grow up in the blink of an eye. I think they should stay babies for at least 24 months...and I mean babies, not toddlers, cuddley babies...and that's at least 24, I could handle the babiness longer. It's so sad...

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  4. Awwww. My little guy just turned two. They grow up so fast!

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  5. I can't believe he's almost 1! He looks so big in that photo!

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  6. Too bad babies don't keep. Mine is 4 and I still call her my baby. That is a sweet picture!

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  7. They grow so fast; then you wish they were that small so could ALWAYS protect them!

    Please forgive my intrusion, but I figured this is the best way to get a hold of all of my Blog Buddies - just going down my list! I'm calling all prayer warriors to PRAY FOR MY DAUGHTER tonight -- PLEASE!!! Thank you!

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  8. I am a trained early childhood teacher as well as a mummy and i am firmly holding on to the fact that the New Zealand early childhood circulum says that they can be an infant from birth to 18 months and that they can be classed as a toddler from a year to 3 years old depending on their varied needs and characteristics. See http://www.minedu.govt.nz/web/downloadable/dl3567_v1/whariki.pdf
    page 20
    my little man NO baby will be a year old on the 7th November
    - its gone way way too fast!!
    I want him to be my baby a while longer

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  9. My mom had that poem on the wall of my (and then my brothers) nursery. Total childhood flashback!

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  10. I hope not...otherwise, that means Emma is no longer a baby!! I say we have until 2 to make that claim, right? That's when they're toddler in my book. (Although that little person running around my house is trying to tell me different!)

    And such a cute photo of your little guy. Nothing more precious than the face of a sleeping baby!

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  11. I can't believe how fast time flies. Seems like yesterday I gave birth. HA -- I remember going to your shower with a chest full of milk!!! :) HA! Then YOU delivered little Gray. Precious!!!

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  12. How true!!! Someone told me that a long time ago when Eli was just weeks old...such a cute picture!!

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  13. I'm in the middle of my third pregnancy, and between that picture and that poem mt body is desperately trying to lactate right now. I love wearing my babies. It makes us all happier. I love mamatoto.com I send everyone there.

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  14. Adorable pic! I'd never heard that poem before, although I have said similar words in my head, pretty soon they are running and talking...ah, where did the time go!!!

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