The Glow is a site that I literally have been lusting over since it was formed in 2011. It really embodies all of my favorite things... babies, mommies, families, brillant, innovative, intelligent women, and precious photography. I mean y'all come on...these photographs kill me. I have set a new dream goal in life [which seems rather silly when there are "real" goals that I need to strive to achieve] and that is to one day be so fabulous that I am featured on The Glow. And the main reason is so that I can have this absolutely wonderful photographer photograph me with my kiddos. Notice I said kiddos plural because by the time I concoct something so fabulous that merits The Glow wanting to feature me, I will have 4 more kids.
I am having a mommy dilemma about a sibling for the little guy. In the beginning, I always wanted my babies to be super close together [like abnormally close together]. Now that W is almost 9 months old people are starting to ask when number two is coming along... and well really they have been asking that since the day W was born and I am pretty sure some of them have bets going on. My brother and I are 20 months apart and it has always been perfect. We were batman and robin, bonnie and clyde, tom and jerry and donatello and raphelle [katherine and lee were the other 2 ninja turtles with us].
Part of me wants to get baby 2 here quickly but a bigger part of me wants to hold off and enjoy this sweet time with me and my one angel baby. He is a dream come true and this will be the only time in our lives when there is just one baby [since we are nutzo's and want like 5]. I loved being pregnant but do I really want to be pregnant again for 10 months already?!?! I loved W as an infant but do I really want to endure those first three months again?!?! [people keep asking how I lost the baby weight so quickly...baby bouncing from day 14 to day 95 plus. 12 hours a day]. What if baby number 2 does not sleep?! What if they are not even remotely on the same schedule?! The only question I have never lost sleep over is the one where people ask "how could I ever love another baby as much as I love the first." I just know that will not be a problem in this house!