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I'm already seeing changes in my little baby, and feeling sentimental about how quickly my pregnancy and his newborn stage went by! The past few days my big boy has been desperate to sit up straight all the time, if he's laying back he will try and pull himself up and he just LOVES to stare at everything in a sitting up position! I always think it's funny when he's done with a bottle and I'll pull it out and he'll fuss fuss fuss but then I sit him up to burp and it's instant fascination with the position he's in! "It's a whole new world mom!" Last night we went out to dinner and he sat straight up in my lap the whole time I ate just looking around, he was such a good boy! I'll enjoy this time before he starts grabbing at everything in front of him Seems like the changes happen overnight!
It goes so fast, i know. The first few months of my pregnancy dragged, but the last trimester and the newborn stage seemed to be over in a blink! It's kind of sad. I know they have to grow up and develop but I do wish they would stay little just a bit longer
I agree time is flying by. Definitely faster than I would like! Kyah is getting so big so quickly. My only advice is to enjoy every minute to the fullest and take a ton of pictures! Video too if you have the capability.
It's insane how fast it goes. Isaac turned 3m yesterday and he is in that precious little sit on your lab but not grab the hot food off your plate stage. Doesn't last long!! It's sad but also so much fun, and you can't help but be happy for them making new discoveries.