Well, our baby girl is 2 today so I guess I’ll have to stop calling her a baby now. She is our last baby and in a silly way, I kind of want to keep her like this, small and adorable where she still follows me around and hugs and kisses me all the time.
Suppose we should officially start calling her a toddler now and let the cutting of the apron strings begin (sob, sob!!!)
Mine only stopped being babies when I arrived home from the hospital with the next one – looks like DS4 will be my baby forever.
Reminds me, my mum’s aunt was the youngest in her family & the only girl & her name became ‘Baby’ – seriously. It is even on her gravestone, I believe. She was always Aunty Baby…. And then there’s my mum’s friend’s husband – he’s called Junior (he’s nearly 70!)
My dd2 at 4 has moved out of "infant" size shoes & is now a size 10, the Winnie the pooh wallpaper I put up when pregnant on dd1 came down today as we’re doing the room up for dd2 & dd2 went off to "big" girl summer camp today…. 😳 BUT she’s still our baby!
My baby was 3 last week & she wont even let me call her "My baby" any more. She just wants to be big!!
They grow up way too fast.
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