I am extremely interested in babies lately because I had my first one just five short/long months ago. I can’t decide if the five months have flown by or if my baby is secretly growing in dog years because on the one hand it seems like just yesterday he was born but when I look at photos from the first few weeks of his life, I don’t even recognize him (or myself for that matter!).
Cooper Michael Bendall entered this world on November 17, 2014, much to the delight of his parents and grandparents and aunts and uncles and cousins and so on and so on. After ten long months of waiting, the little guy finally arrived. You would think with all that time waiting for my little baby I would have been prepared to be a mother but I honestly don’t think anything can prepare you for the emotional roller coaster called motherhood.
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I hear you on being interested in babies right now. Their development – at warp speed – is so fascinating. Just yesterday my husband’s boss was explaining that around 4-6 months their eyesight improves dramatically, which is why they start have separation / stranger anxiety. She can see me leave! It also explains why peek-a-boo is such a brilliant game to them, since they now understand the concept of object permanence.