There aren’t enough words in the English language that could really describe my toddler. He is a character. A clown. A lover. Everything a mom would want in their little boy.
Toddlerhood despite all the gross and stressful stuff that comes along with it has to be one of the most moving times in parenthood — at least for me thus far. You are watching your baby really become a person. Learn to talk, walk, communicate and really become their own person.
So much of your child is shaped during these three years.
Maybe I am just rambling because I am really in awe of my kids.
But parenthood is hard, stressful and trying on us. For the good there is bad and most of the time the bad leaves a stronger taste in our mouths. Which is why it is so important for us as mothers to decompress and start with a fresh slate some days.
Maybe a trip to the store alone or just a little extra help from our partner. It makes a difference!
While decompressing with some extra help from a glass of wine and my husband actually being home for more than an hour before heading to bed after a long day of work I dove into all the moments I cherish with my toddler — and all that leaves me in awe on a daily basis.
Those moments you will look back on in thirty years and cry like a baby because you want to go back.
What are these moments for you?
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