Friday, September 24, 2010


I have to admit...I really hoped that our second child would be a girl. But when my hubby announced that we had another boy, all that hoping didn't matter any more. I was in love. Totally outnumbered. But in love! I immediately thought how wonderful it is that we don't have to buy a bunch of new clothes. And then I thought how wonderful it is that our boys can be best buds growing up. Not that a daughter couldn't be best buds with Bug...but I think the bond will be different as brothers.

I'm already seeing some brotherly bonding going on in our home. Bug LOVES to give Gizmo kisses. Especially on his nose. Bug loves to hold Gizmo's hand. And he loves to tell him it's "uh-day" (aka, "OK") when Gizmo is crying.

Last week, while I was doing the dishes, Bug was picking out a movie to watch (which, he does all by himself all the time...Mr. Independent). He decided on a DVD and marched right over to Gizmo, who was lying on the couch. Bug then held the DVD right in front of Gizmo's face and said, "Day? Yeah!" ("Ok? Yeah!") Then, he put the movie in and watched it.

I couldn't stop smiling thinking about how awesome it would be if they always get along so well!


Pamla Barrett said...

O my gosh that is adorable! I LOVE that we had two girls first and they just don't know what to do without each other! I'm sure Benji and Gideon will be the same way! Chase needs a brother... *sigh* Guess we'll find out in a little while! You are doing a great job! Wish we could visit... but alas i don't see it in the near future. I would LOVE it if you guys could come out next year. I'll have the baby beginning of March so anytime after that! :)

Amelia said...

This is so sweet. Seriously, one of my favorite things of all time is watching my children interact with each other (especially when it is done lovingly).

I wandered here from Cjane's blog. It's nice to "meet" you!