Posted by Lauren Jimeson
Macks is two months old! This month has flown by, and Macks is getting bigger by the day. Although I have two other children, I am constantly amazed at how many milestones Macks made this month. He is smiling, laughing, and engaging with his sisters. It’s so sweet to see them talk to him and see him react with a big smile on his face. I think watching their relationship grow this month has been one of my favorite things.
We also traveled with him for the first time to Florida and North Carolina. He did great on the plane and in the car. Proof that he is learning to love travel just as much as we do!
With all the growth that he’s done this month, I’ve tried to capture most of it on camera. I wanted to share some of my favorite moments with you.
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
This pregnancy’s days are numbered. No more counting months or weeks; I’ve reached the point of counting down days. Where did those previous 38 weeks go? The ones that felt as if they were dragging and never ending at times. Have I really reached the end of maternity jeans and insatiable pregnancy cravings of supermarket sushi and pickles? Am I closing this childbearing chapter of my life? I think so. And I am content.
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
It’s the end of the day. I’m tired… no, I’m exhausted. I mommied it up extra hard today. Pancakes, home school lessons, laundry, errands, swim lessons, more errands, breaking up sibling arguments, dinner… and oh yeah, dinner. It feels like the day that never ends. Yes, it goes on and on my friends. Then bedtime creeps closer and I’m doing a happy dance up the stairs. But first, bath time.
Posted by Jerika Welch
I have been having a really hard time with time. It seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day. It seems like just minutes after we wake up the day has passed and it is time to go to sleep and do it all over again. All this means is, that I am struggling to slow down and find the time to really have special playtime with Baylor. Not that we don’t play but I haven’t been able to make playtime super special like I normally do.
Posted by Krishann Briscoe
Throughout history, people have marched for so many of the things that they have believed in. They’ve opted to unite declaring their commitment to a cause, to a community, or even to an individual. For those of us who have marched in the name of something we believe in, most often each step we took was rooted in love, carrying with it a memory and/or a mission.
This spring, my family and I hope to join the Disney Baby team and march in support of premature babies.