Lots of little happy sweet things have happened today, they happen every day, but today I noticed them and told myself to remember them. The big stuff (vacations, big firsts) are important to remember but it is the little things that happen everyday that make us happy, if we want to be.
Little Moments - hugs - the last few days BBJ1 has been very loving and it is so sweet, I have been getting lots of hugs accompanied by "I love you too, mom". (he says it first, but always says too) Some of them come at inopportune times like during diaper change or while I'm trying to nurse BBJ2, but I just melt into them and feel so loved.
Little Moments - dancing - my bedroom has become a dance club, we turn on the music and dance and laugh
Little Moments - flying - I lie on my back and the boys take turns flying on my legs. BBJ1 loves this and laughs and screams, the really great moment is when BBJ2 has his turn and his face goes from stoic when I put him up to a huge grin as he very gently bounces up and down.
Little Moments - running through our home on tiptoe today with BBJ1, we took turns being the chaser and chasee and the chaser always says "I'm gonna get you" and then we both end up collapsing on the bean bag or the bed with a "I got you" and lots of giggles at the end.
Little Moments - BBJ1 passed gas while in the tub, there was a look of surprise and then a huge smile and tons and tons of laughter.
Little Moments - when I am nursing BBJ2 and BBJ1 cuddles up next to him on the nursing pillow, it is crowded, but the sweetness is worth it.
Little Moments - the day that BBJ2 first followed me from one room to another.
Little Moments - peaking in on them while they are sleeping and seeing the peace on their beautiful little faces.
Little Moments - when BBJ2 gave me a huge smile followed by his sweet head tilt while I was feeding him his cereal.
Little Moments - playing cars with BBJ1, he is very serious about the playing, but also just glows from the attention.
Little Moments - when holding BBJ2 and he just leans his head on my chest, makes me want to melt.
All these little moments are so important, they let me know that my children love me and trust me, they let me know that my children are happy, these are the moments that are really important. I hope that I am able to always recognize the little moments and be present with my children during them. I think that these little moments are what really makes the relationship, not the big stuff.