Not really my babies anymore…

I originally came up here to check my e-mail and ended up getting a little side-tracked by my favorite blogs. Ooops.

I left the boys watching Caillou, eating peanut butter and banana sandwhiches. They love Caillou. The sandwhiches? They jury seems to still be out on that one!

I took them to get a haircut yesterday. We go to a family owned barber shop here in town. They give awesome little boy haircuts. Plus, the boys have been going there since they turned a year old(Aidan a little sooner, because of all the hair!!). They look like little boys. It about broke my heart. Quinn’s face has lost almost all of his baby-ness. He is starting to talk more and more. He even puts short sentences together. I love so much that they are growing up so big and strong. But? I feel like it is happening too fast for me. I want to tell them to slow down, that they will be grown ups soon enough. I guess I just want them to enjoy their childhood. It seems to me that so many children don’t get to do that anymore. I just find that incredibly sad.

And now that I have been all the-glass-is-half-empty, I must get the maniacs,er boys, ready for going to their Grammy’s house. Mama has to go to work.

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2 thoughts on “Not really my babies anymore…

  1. Marianne says:

    I like peanut butter and bananas. I was watching this special on the Travel Channel the other day and I guess peanut butter and banana sandwiches were Elvis’ favorite. Totally news to me.

    Your babies are cute. πŸ™‚

  2. Meemo says:

    It was so sad for me when my boys lost the dimples in their knuckles. That’s when they started to be real boys to me. Not babies anymore.

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