Kieran is the light at the end of my tunnel. The hardest thing this week is not being able to pick him up (Thursday I had surgery to remove my gall bladder, so it will be a hard week). I am allowed to hold him sitting down if someone lifts him to me, but that's it. And for those of you that know Kieran, one does not just simply hold him. He is a busy, busy guy, and likes to be on the move, so if you are holding him you usually have to be standing, or walking around, or he is squirming.
After my surgery I was really weepy, but fighting back the tears, and all I could think of was Kieran's new sad pouty face and that was probably the same face I was making, which made me laugh, even though it hurt. I showed Kieran my belly with the dressings on it and he always looks very concerned says "Ouchie" and compares his belly to mine, and then he pats my head and runs off. Such a sweet, caring little guy :)
Had a wonderful mothers day, I even got spoiled by having two naps-best gift ever-plus a pancake breakfast and flowers-Luckest Mom ever.
It has been a couple weeks since I have posted a Mommy Monday. Now that the nice weather is here Kieran is outside most if the time, he loves the outdoors. He is always putting his jacket and shoes on or at least trying to,and when it's time to come in, we pretty much have to wrestle his outdoor clothes off him. He is getting more and more words including bird (which for the time being only says can-we are working on the tweet), and he says assis (sit in french). At his babysitter the other little boy speaks French so Kieran is already learning both languages and making the connection between words. The other day he ran up to Peter saying papa papa, then switched to Daddy Daddy.
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Jennifer Russell was born and raised in New Brunswick, Canada.She is an Intentional artist who focuses on creating meaning full connections to her work for herself and others. Nothing is more satisfying to her than hearing that her work has inspired someone in their own life.