So my beautiful little 21 month old boy has taken to using his potty which makes me one very proud mummy he’s so clever and smart and oh just perfect little boy and on the other hand he is the last of five babies in our family so it also makes me upset to think that he’s growing up so quickly and then there will not be any babies in my home. I guess I’m so used to have little ones running around that I don’t know what I’ll do once my baby is no longer a baby. I do look forward to the future and I can’t wait to see what they will all be like when they are older but why can’t they stay little for a bit longer?

Posted by bubble_bliss, 11th August 2013

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  • Aww, it is a bit sad when they youngest grows up, but that’s life I guess. I can see why there are people with lots of kids because of this reason though, hehe.


  • It is another stage of your life. Could you help in the schools more such as canteen etc. They are always asking for help. Volunteering might interest you as a lot of charity and church organisations constantly need help. Hope you do .


  • No matter how many babies you have, there comes a time when you will have no babies at home. That’s the cycle of life. But there’s always the grandkids to look forward to,,plenty of them with 5 babies :)

    • Grand babies is a long way off – but a stage I will love!


  • What a clever boy. It’s very bittersweet watching your kids grow up.


  • They do grow far too quickly!


  • I know, time flies by so quickly.


  • They just grow up so fast. Enjoy this time and take plenty of pictures.


  • i wish my kids would stay little to


  • It is hard, while excited by those growth and developmental milestones, that special baby who was so dependent on you is now seeking independence. Cherish them when they are small. In our hearts they will forever be our babies


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