2.02.2012

A LITTLE THEN // A LITTLE NOW


photo on left by kaitlyn ray, photo on right by buster lord voldemort (my phone).

does it break your heart or does it break your heart?

23 comments :

  1. it definitely breaks my heart! why can't babies stay babies forever?

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  2. it's bittersweet but mostly I so enjoy watching each of my boys grow. it is fascinating and exhausting and so amazing. just you wait until he is six and having the cleverest of conversations with you cuddle in his bed at night. that's my favorite part of the day. absolute best.

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  3. It definitely doesn't make me want another one but I will settle, quite comfortably, for looking at yours. He's not so hard on the eyes. Youknowwhatimean?

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  4. sheesh! what a handsome lad!

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  5. Such a cutie, but they grow so fast. My oldest is turning 9 on Sunday and I am really struggling with it!!

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  6. The Huck is adorable, Can I borrow him for awhile. Was that a little weird probably. Thank you for sharing the pictures. My how they grow so quickly.

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  7. My goodness, Nat! He is such a handsome boy. You make beautiful babehs. And yes. It's heartbreaking to see them grow so fast.

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  8. I think every stage is so amazing, fun, and exhausting all at the same time. My oldest is 8 and i can honestly say every age brings something new and fun....and me....i would never wish them back to babes ( okay maybe for one day....but that's it!) babes are so cute....but so much work to me. I love age 3....it's my fav. 3 is magic!

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  9. Definitely a heart breaker. My daughter is turning 4 next weekend and last night I started panicking about the fact that she is just going to keep growing and she is so awesome right now and how on earth could I just keep her being a 4 year old?

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  10. Honestly, I think he is even cuter now, and your picture is better lit, and that yellow pillow behind him looks great.

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  11. Too bad we can't feeze time. He's adorable!

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  12. I can't believe it. Sometimes I feel like I'm just constantly saying goodbye. Goodbye to his toes that still smell sweet and hello to stinky little boy toes (that somehow are like crack to me and I just keep sniffing them). Goodbye floppy newborn head and hello neck. It's amazing to watch them grow, so bittersweet.

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  13. it does! it really does. when i look at pix of my babies from bygone days, i miss them so much. it doesn't make me want a baby so much as that particular baby in that picture just as he was.

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  14. Oh my this really makes my heart melt a little! So sweet :)

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  15. can i tell you... i have that same chair in the grey gingham. that same pillow in the charcoal. that same rug, but the fuzzy cream colored one. and they are all sitting organized just like that in my son's nursery. haha. great minds.

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  16. He is by far the cutest thing ever! I guess it's almost time to have another...jk, maybe? ha.

    xoKylee

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  17. it makes me want one even more than i already do...

    Huck is a doll.

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  18. Oh, so sweet! They really do just sprout up overnight!

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  19. ugghhhh... as my guy is just a few months behind your Huck, I am experiencing this phenomenon as we speak. Those photos literally make my heart ache!

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