Thursday, January 14, 2010

Life is Good...When You're a Baby

When I look at Little One, I often think of how good it was to be young and carefree. Our biggest worries when we were kids were being away from Mom for an extended period of time and what toy we'd play with next. I remember warm summer days and playing with my brother, cousins and friends until dark. Those were the days when we used to run around and play street hockey or hide and go seek without our parents worrying too much. Everyone on the street knew everyone. It was still relatively safe for us to play outdoors (sort of unattended). We'd run through sprinklers and go on make-believe journeys. We'd ride our bikes and play outside until our parents called us in for dinner.

I miss those days.

Then I see Little One. She has her whole life ahead of her. It's just so amazing to see her grow each and every day. She seems to learn new things on a daily basis! I love seeing her with her BFF, Maddie. These girls just make me smile!

Checking themselves out in the mirror.
Maddie giving Little One a sip of milk from the sippy cup.
Snack time! Here, have some Puffs!
Mmmmm! Yummy!
Time for more milk!
Hugs and kisses from Maddie.

Yes, life is pretty sweet when you're a baby.


Anonymous said...

ever cute, those kids!

C said...

HA! Is that you, Janet?!?! Ever cute, eh? LOL!

merinz said...

Love, warmth, food and lots of laughter is all they need! Yes its simple when you are a child!

C said...

Yes, you are so right. *sigh* I miss being a kid! LOL! :)

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