Huge! HUGE!

THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS. I MAY EARN FROM QUALIFYING PURCHASES.

(Y’all thought I was going to show you a belly picture, didn’t you?)

I know us moms have those moments.  A moment when you look at your kid, your baby, and realize, dang, they aren’t anywhere close to a baby anymore.

They are like, full-grown kid.

When she grabbed a marker and paper, and laid on her tummy and starting coloring, I think that moment hit me.  Full force.

And, just yesterday, when she started spelling her name? “N-A-T-A-L-I-E” when before she was adding letter like “O” in there?  Totally caught me off guard.

Today?  She was sitting on Mr. Serious’ lap coloring a paper with shapes on it, and she was tracing the shapes.  Seriously?  All these new things in two days?  Momma can’t handle it.

My baby is growing up.  And, I can’t stop it!  And, she’s not a baby anymore.

Huge!

I’m linking up here.  Go and visit their Wordful and Wordless Wednesdays.

image


THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS. I MAY EARN FROM QUALIFYING PURCHASES.

Similar Posts

18 Comments

  1. It really does seem like just yesterday when she was a toddler! What the heck!

    1. I’m guessing since yours is about to get married, you haven’t found the pause button, either.

  2. I’m feeling the same! They really do grow up so fast I even feel like my kds wakeup from nap time taller. Sounds like your little one is very smart!!!

    1. Oh, that has totally happened here, too! Just like that Target commercial.

  3. She is too cute!! It’s true, they grow up so darn fast, and I always have those moments. I just want to cry with nostalgia and pride and I don’t know what!

    Thanks for the comment, I really appreciate it! ^_^

    1. It is bittersweet, isn’t it? Like you want them to grow and learn, but man they were cute babies.

  4. I admit. I did kinda want a belly pic. But then I knew you cannot be HUGE yet so…. 😉

    And she’s already writing her name? WOW.

    1. I’ll be huge before we know it!

      No, not writing it! She can spell it out loud:)

    1. I remember holding Iz right after having Nat! She was sooo big:)

  5. I often wish there was a pause button! It all happens SO fast!

  6. grandma Pat says:

    Yes they and you grow up and very quickly. I love her pig tails. Can’t wait to see you all next month.

  7. Great picture! I’ve been getting moments like that with my youngest, too. It’s as if one day they’re babies and the next they’re kids. Like real kids. It’s crazy.

  8. Nope, not a baby anymore 🙂 And when you hold that teeny one in your arms, your other 2 daughters will look even bigger.

    1. I so remember that with Iz when Nat was born. It’s crazy!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *