i miss the time my girl was a baby
April 13, 2008 2:33pm CST
she is 3 years and 3 months now and i miss that time she was a baby. i miss the time i was breastfeeding her. i quit breastfeeding when she was 2 years and 2 months. i see babies in the park and i feel i would like to live again that time she was a little baby
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26 Apr 08
somehow, i felt so sad hearing that andre. time really flies by so fast and we would just be amazed on how fast children have grown. i don't have any children yet but i know one thing, that we shouldn't waste any precious time and spend them on our children. they should be our first priority so that in the end, we would never regret a single thing about raising them.
• Orangeville, Ontario
14 Apr 08
I raised my first daughter alone for the first two years of her life. I was a single working mother. Sometimes it was very frustrating for me, like when she was sick. I had no one to help me. But I remember our daily routine and I so wish I could go back to those two years when it was just the two of us. My "baby" is now 15 years old and insists on playing rep soccer driving all over the province. Unfortunately I am going to have to rely heavily on carpooling as my husband works shift work and my other daughter (11) is also on a travel team. It's going to be a busy summer but I couldn't be prouder of my girls. These girls come home with better marks than I ever had, and I was never an athlete and they both participate in all sports when they can. I remember saying to my youngest daughter when she was about 4 years old, "Where'd my baby go?" Her response, "I growed up." I can still hold that 11 year old baby in my arms (just can't carry her ). So as much as you miss your baby, enjoy the three year old because it won't be long before that 3 year old is a 13 year old. My God, I find myself looking at guys for my 15 year old even though I won't let her date until she is 16. Well, she's not interested in boys anyway but I think she's starting to like them. Enjoy every minute of every day. Don't take anything for granted.
13 Apr 08
I think that is totally natural, but you know you have some much to look forward to her, her starting school learning to read and write and watching her grow up finding out what hobbies she likes all those little things are just as important as the early months. Although im a fine one to talk I miss the baby months so much im planning a third baby lol!