September 14, 2010

All the Little Things

Today I want to share all the little things I love about having children.  My list of ten is in random order.
Little Pouts - Smooshy Face
  1. Little Feet...they run, they pitter patter, they swing, they dance...they are so adorable!
  2. Little Voices...that say their words in that way that only little children can do, and make you laugh with the things they come up with.
  3. Little Readers... who sit on the play room floor with books strewn around them, flipping pages of the one on their legs, with those cute little feet pointing up.
  4. Little Hugs & Kisses...they wrap their arms tight around your neck, give a big squeeze, and say, I Love you Mommy!
  5. Little Loveys...the sweet blankets and toys that are their favorites become mine, too. :-) Fuzzies and Bunny Softies, Bunny Bunsies and Duckies.
  6. Little Excitement..."We're GOING to GRANDMA'S?!! YEAH! We need to show her this or that!!"
  7. Little Soft Cheeks...what more can you say?
  8. Little Helpers...with (mostly)  that happy willingness.
  9. Little don't want them to last forever, but they sure are cute!
  10. Little Imaginations...tents, dress up, playing babies, the list goes on and on.

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What are some of the little things you love about having children?

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Sherry @ Lamp Unto My Feet said...

Awww! What a cutie! :) Definitely lots of little things to be thankful for! :)

Thank you for sharing!

Fleur de Lis Fun said...

Very cute! As an aunt, but not a parent, I definitely treasure the time I can spend with my nieces and nephews!

Thoughts for the day said...

The little things I love about having children is the grand children they so blessed me with.
I am a grandma of 6 and LOVE them all so much, each one of them are God's blessings and gifts to us. All are miracle babies they each have a story of prayers poured out over them before they were born.
Young mom's it is so worth it what you are doing day in and day out. You are doing a job that is so important don't ever forget the importance of helping a little person become a big one. Some day you will look back and see, it was all so worth it.

Anonymous said...

This is such a sweet, sweet post. :)

Denise said...

Such a nice post.

pam said...

Great post. I love that our girls still love to hang out with us...they're both in their early twenties.

Kathryn said...

What a blessing these little ones are! Thanks for your list and the reminders!

Charlotte said...

Even Grand children grow up and then you have more glees and please. They are an amazing gift from God. I loved your post. Pictures are adorable

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