Monday, June 5, 2017

A Few Observations

Monday evening and I've just now had a moment to type.  I'm not complaining mind you.  I've been holding Baby Sam for a good part of the day.  My snuggle meter has been replenished.

A few observations that I made today:

Newborn diapers are seriously very small and look like they should only fit dolls.

The hair on a baby's head is so soft ~ almost like down feathers.

Once you get a baby settled down... you most likely will have to change his diaper again... which will wake him up...

Somehow I forgot some of these observations only to rediscover them again. I need more coffee...

Isaac and Hannah had dark thick hair when they were born. Sam's pretty much is blonde fuzz.

I'm off to bed. I may sleep in my clothes tonight(just teasing!). I'm so tired!

12 comments:

  1. Nothing like snuggling those sweet babies.

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    1. And they are so little for so short a time....

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  2. There's also nothing like that new baby smell, too. Enjoy that snuggling time with Sam, Gina!

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    1. Thank you, Kitty. I absolutely will. I'll see him on Saturday again and I can hardly wait!

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  3. LOL! It's different with grands, isn't it?! I spent the day with Ruby Leigh. I may sleep in my clothes too! :-)
    Hope you rest well,
    Hugs,
    Anne♥

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    1. Anne, I was asleep in no time at all! Hope you slept well too. xo

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  4. I miss baby snuggles!
    Thank you for taking me back.
    Have a cozy evening, my friend.

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    1. Billie Jo, maybe you will be a nana too one day soon? ♥

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  5. Those are the best reasons to be tired, I wish my daughter wanted to have a baby but she says no, so happy for you to have the chance to be tired taking care of your little grandbaby

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    1. Connie, she may change her mind. {{HUGS}} xo

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