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Two days ago my little boy turned one! Such a big milestone and one I’m so grateful for. He is my last child and while I don’t miss the newborn months or coping with pnd, I do miss the ending of this chapter that has gone so fast this time round. He is currently crawling although I think he could walk if he so desired. He is a busy, healthy and happy little boy whom I love very much. He plays happily with my almost 3 year old and has just learn to say mum, mum, mum, I’m so proud! We are off for needles next week, but I’ll be glad when they are out of the way, afterall, they are another Milestone!


Posted by golanth99@hotmail.com, 14th February 2014


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  • good nice story

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  • You sound like you are celebrating the journey along the way. Happy birthday to your little one and have fun with the milestones to come.

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  • Take as many photos as you can, and keep a journal of things he does and says. They’ll come in very handy when you’re planning 18th or 21 st birthday parties, or wedding speeches. And yes, they do indeed grow up way too soon.

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  • awwww love it when they just learn to speak,

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  • mine are all grown up but I am starting again with grand kids!

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  • We all love seeing them grow and just remember the older they get the more you time you will have.

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  • It is so beautiful seeing them grow but it does go too quick

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  • it is with joy and sadness we watch these milestones pass

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  • Milestones are so important. I only have the one child and we have shared care. I missed a few things along the way like not always being able to be the tooth fairy because he was at dads. I soak up all the milestones that I can. I think some people get sick of me talking about my son and the little things he achieves, but to me they are major, as I have to work full time and cherish the time I have with him.

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  • Totally agree. It is the milestones that remind you that it is the ending of an era. My son is now 8 and I get melancholy now he is getting embarrassed when we kiss and hug each other goodbye at school.

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  • you sounds like a great mum

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  • Happy to hear and what a great mum you are!

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  • Such a beautiful age! A very happy story, good luck with the upcoming stages!

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  • My daughter turning 1 soon! don’t want her to grow up too quickly though

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  • One is such a wonderful age isn’t it? Cherish every minute. They grow up too fast.

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