The Kiddies // Two

deacon

Do you ever turn and look at your child and they have aged before your eyes in a flash ?

Deacon is at that crucial moment, the moment between older baby and child, being my last baby I think you notice this change so much more. How his words turn into sentences, how he holds a conversation, a basic one, but a conversation all the same. How his understanding at how to win you over, twist you round his little finger comes naturally.

My baby is growing up! I have spoken before of how our plans were always to have 4 children, but when Deacon arrived into the world things changed, he changed us, my want and desire for another baby is still there, my heart yearns for another child but my brain tells me otherwise, my brain won.

So I try to appreciate every little thing with Deacon, kind of how I did with Grayson being my first, it isn’t always easy, he defines the term “Terrible Twos” but it also teaches me how he has incredible character, he is without doubt such a little dude.

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Kara Janelle, Plus Size Blogging Mama. Vintage Lover, Interiors Obsessed, Chair Crazed, Collector of Much remembering to Smile as it is the 2nd best thing you can do with your mouth.

  • You Baby Me Mummy

    I think it is so scary how all of a sudden they seem completely different. Baby has started coming out with sentences that she wouldn’t have said a few weeks ago and her hair seems to grow each day, which changes her face so much. Lovely post huni, you have such wonderful children xx

  • I think it is so hard knowing that your littlest is your last baby. For a long time I thought LL was with us and I used to get incredibly emotional about her hitting milestones, I still do to be fair, but I know I will be a lot worse with our baby boy, who will, all being well, most definitely be our last baby. It is hard isn’t it? Deacon is such a beautiful boy. x

  • They do seem to be growing so fast. I am the same with A it is hard knowing you won’t have anymore. I would love to pause time for a bit xx

  • I do think that knowing a child is your last makes such a difference. For me it is even greater as there’s a 13 year age gap – and now my oldest has left home! Treasure each and every moment.

  • Donna Wishart

    I get this ALL THE TIME! T is looking like he’s about 5 at the moment and I just want the time to slow down a bit x

  • It is such a wonderful time, the way they grow and develop. But oh the tantrums I don’t miss them at all xx