2 September 2011
Life is never the same with her arrival in every single way I can possibly imagine. She is the center of attention (at least for now). She is getting more demanding, more playful and still irresistibly adorable. Call me bias, but I said this “She’s so cute” probably more than 20 times a day between me and my husband. ha! I’m pretty sure every parent will do the same thing 🙂
The language we speak at home sounds like something we invented. Actually, we did invent some new language between the three of us lol! I have no idea where they came from, but they just came out like that. We speak like and act like babies (in front of Fiorina that is). It’s amazing how little people can bring out the child in us.
I told my husband that I always had this vision of how things going to be like when I have children. It’s going to be fun for sure. I just didn’t know that the reality is actually much much more better than what I imagined. Seriously! I know there are also lots of lack-of-sleep involved (I roughly counted and came up with about 540 hours of lack-of-sleep for the past 9 months, I think that number is also at the humble side), eye-bags and panda eyes involved, extra fat stored, and who knows what else, however, if you ask me again if these all worth it ? I will say yes in a heart beat. It sounded so cliche I know, but that’s the fact.
My husband told me that he could never understand why people couldn’t stop talking about their children. This was before we had Fiorina. Now he can perfectly see why. We can’t stop talking about our baby too if you allow us too. *YAWN* I know, but we can’t help it! I can blog about her and that’s all I’ll be blogging about and I will still have so many things to say.
I think enough said for now..I’ll leave you with these photos. I love you my darling 🙂