Let's share moments from our child-The funny, cute and

Jessica - posted on 03/18/2010 ( 12 moms have responded )




As a parent we all get to experience moments of laughter, joy, guilt (lol) that our children share with us. What are some of yours?


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Heather - posted on 03/25/2010




My little girl is 3 months old and has reflux. She learned to grab things quick so one day she grabs my hand, looks up at me with this big smile and threw up in my hand. She fake cries and I get all serious and tell her she's trouble. Her response is a massive grin. Today her daddy would sing oooohhhh and she'd attack her hands and bibs lol

Sheryl - posted on 03/24/2010




well my husbend works long hours and when there dad pulls up or get home my boys run to the window and say daddy home. and they give there dad the biggest hug and jump up and down saying yeah daddy home. and other is that boys ever night want to hear there song " you are my sunshine" my oldest well say mommy my song.

Meagan - posted on 03/24/2010




my one-year-old son recently started walking a couple weeks ago & sometimes out of the blue he'll walk over to me & give me a hug & a pat on the back. or he'll walk over & lay his head on my lap...its soooo cute!!!

Jennifer - posted on 03/24/2010




Ok, I have to share a story from each of my kids, because they are just so cute. My oldest is 6 and we had been teasing him about a girl friend. Last summer, we went out of state to my brother's wedding and he met my new sister-in-law's little 5-year-old niece and they decided to be girl friend and boy friend. Everyone thought it was so cute and were teasing them until someone told them they could hold hands, but there better be no kissing. My son looked up so innocently and said "but, we already did that" My little stud!!!
My daughter is so ditzy. Her name is Olivia and most of the time she walks around in what we call "Livy world". She is completely oblivious to the outside world. So much, in fact that she runs smack into walls quite often.
My youngest has just started the cutest little thing. He just started a couple weeks ago giving kisses when we asked. Just yesterday, he decided that if he kisses one cheek, he then has to kiss the other. I told my husband he must think he is French!

Alina - posted on 03/24/2010




Last week my two year old DD was outside playing, and she just laid down in the grass and this huge smile of contentment came across her face. Then she picked flowers (dandelions) and gave them to me - she said here, Mommy, flower!. I put them in a vase. I love when she wants to share her thumb with me (she sucks her thumb) b/c I know it's very important to her! My son (4 yrs) says I'm his best friend. He still loves cuddling up to me while I read stories. I got my nails done this past weekend and my son said he "loves my pretty nails and pretty toenails." And last night he sat next to me and grabbed my hand and just held it (sigh). I love my babies!

Kate - posted on 03/21/2010




l love it when my 7 month old starts 'chewing' as soon as he sees the bowl of food.

And there is nothing better than the look o pur joy on their faces when they haven't seen you for a couple of hours.

Faith - posted on 03/19/2010




Loads of things but I will stick to one. Having 3 kids the stories abound, lol.

One day my 6 yr old was sitting with my husband and the baby, 3 months. The baby started crying and he got up went to his room and came out with his beloved teddy. He then gave his teddy to his baby brother, who actually grabbed on and hugged it. Next he told daddy that Nikolai could keep it as a birthday present. The teddy now lives in the corner of my baby's pack and play...he talks to it each morning. Brotherly love at its finest :)

Jessica - posted on 03/18/2010




Awww! Cute stories! My lil' girl loves birds and ducks, so much so her first word was "uck" for duck. We go to the park and as soon as I let her down she takes off running after them flapping her arms and squealing.

Nikki - posted on 03/18/2010




My baby is four months old, I love watching her learn new thing and experience joy. When we play kisses and raspberries and she giggles and squeals, the look of achievement on her face when she learns how to play with her toys, my particular favourite at the moment is that she has taken a liking to her teddy bears, she cuddles them and rolls around the ground with them smiling away. We have just started introducing solids, when she sees her bowl she smiles and opens her mouth so wide even before I have got the spoon out, she just looks s cute. It's an amazing privilege to be a mum.

Theresa - posted on 03/18/2010




I have 3 kids and #4 is on the way. They are 14, 11, 17 months and due any day. The oldest two are boys, the little one a girl and we don't know wwhat the baby is yet. There are many things I could talk about, but I'll limit it to the first thing that popped into my mind as I read the couple other posts. There is nothing greater than to hear your child say they love you out of the blue. However that is multiplied sooooo much more when your teen age boy comes up gives you a hug and says "I love you Mom." for absolutley no reason. He doesn't do it often, because that's not cool. But when he does I literally get tears in my eyes. It makes you realize all those sleepless nights when they were babies, struggles when they were toddlers and fights when they were children were all worth it and you must have done something right despite all the times you felt like the worst mother on Earth.

Brianna - posted on 03/18/2010




My little boy is almost 7 month old. My husband works long days so that I can stay at home. It is so cute when my husband get home he starts saying "Hey Dude" in a sing-song voice and my little guy stops what he is doing and then looks around to try and find dad. Once he has spotted him he breaks into HUGE smile and starts wiggling like crazy - we translate that as "daddy pick me up now!!!"

Carolee - posted on 03/18/2010




My son will do something similar to "drive-by-lovings". He's 2 1/2 years old. He'll be playing, look at me, then come at me with his arms out and say "dimmeea hug" (translation: give me a hug)... or he'll come up to me, ask me to sit on the couch, sit next to me, grab my hand, and give the back of my hand a very gentleman-like kiss!

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