Your eyes have me, my darling.
It’s that twinkle in your eye that makes me smile.
I know you don’t have many words, but your actions say it all:
You kick with excitement,
Almost roll with pleasure,
And coo til your heart is content.
I love everything about you from those soft feet to your round cheeks.
This little lady is almost four months and showing us that she’s ready to take on the world (starting with her own siblings). These months have actually flown by, but I am grateful that she is happy, healthy, and bringing more sunshine into our lives.
It’s so funny to see your children grow and evolve into themselves. My oldest daughter decided that she wanted to walk at eight months. Some years later, my son started standing and rocking his small baby chair around sixth months. I’m not sure how early this princess will show us her talents, but has already began trying to hold her own bottle.
Children are amazing! When you take the time to observe them you truly can appreciate their individual characteristics. Even though the time may seem to get away from you, there are so many moments throughout the day that you can connect with your child.
- Making eye contact with them while they are feeding or eating.
- Singing a song while walking down the street or going to the potty.
- Invite them in the kitchen to help while you prepare food or just to observe.
- Read a book at bedtime and snuggle them before you say goodnight.
- Try to say I Love you everyday.
There’s no perfect book on how to be a successful parent, but when you try your best there is no way you can fail. If you need any parenting tips or have questions, email me firstname.lastname@example.org