Well first of all I finally got the video of Eva up on the last post, so don't for get to look at it.
So we are all guilty of making silly faces and dorky little noises and phrases. I guess you don't realize just how bad you are about doing those sort of things til you see another child mimicking you.
Morgan is so funny, he know's exactly when to say choo choo and when I would normally tell Eva "Yum-yummies." Not to long ago I got up from feeding Eva to do something in the kitchen for Morgan. Little did I know it was a tactic of his so he could feed Eva. All of a sudden I hear CHOO CHOO...
It's so wonderful to be able to leave Eva in the care of her big brother. He loves taking a turn to feed her and anything else she needs. I wish I could tape them in the car while I am driving. Morgan likes to lean over the car seat and do mimicked baby talk wi/.th her. Can I just say he really gets her going with the giggles in the back seat.
We'll try to catch that one, i'll admit that will be quite the task.
I am so thankful to have two wonderful and beautiful children. I am indeed grateful that they have chosen to grace our lives with their beautiful spirits. It's such a marvelous thing to see them grow, laugh, and play together. I know a lot of work comes with two and even more in the future, but I am grateful to be following the Lord's Plan. To have a body, the gospel, our wonderful children, and an amazing husband. Jake worked hard to recieve his education, and because of that hard work and sacrifice he has a wonderfully amazing employer,and I am able to be home with our kids, to catch moments like these each and everyday.
A blessing I hope to never take forgranted