It grew…and keeps growing. Things may change a bit as he enters those inhuman stages all children seem to go through, but I doubt it.
I am insanely in love with this little fellow. My son and daughter-in-law tell me he loves his Granny. I can’t tell because he’s not talking yet, but I’m doing all I can to be his favorite person in the entire world!
I never knew my own grandparents because we lived on opposite sides of the country.I feel so fortunate to live close enough to watch James grow and share some of these firsts.
James is army crawling all over the place these days, so Granny is arriving next week with this playpen equivalent. Cabinet locks and socket covers are already in place, but this little guy is really moving fast so to save sanity and prevent trips to an emergency room for stitches, this might come in handy.
On an totally unrelated subject, I had another post partially written on the kindness and unkindness of some blogger comments, when I read this post by my friend Adrienne today. It’s called “How to be a Happy Blogger” She has some terrific tips and you should pop over for a read.
Life throws us all some curve balls. It’s how well we field or duck them, that helps determine our happiness level. As a constant work in progress, I embrace all the tips, help and joy I can. So if you have some to wisdom to share here, please do…I’m all ears!
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