I haven't posted anything yet, i just don't know where to start i started posting after i had Kye. So where do you start? His life started in the womb, i heard his heartbeat and watched him move around as we waited for him to come out. And then when he did who has time to blog? Life was broken into three hour segments sometimes two. Change, feed, sleep, get ten minute project done, sit down for ten minutes, restart. Now we're two months in, and though we're no longer stuck to such a small space in time he cries. Sometimes i wish he would learn to speak and just tell me what would make him happy but I've started reminding myself he's new too. I might be new to being a mom but he's new to just being alive. Breathing, Eating, Crying, Looking, even moving. Though it seems to me life is easy, at least for a baby. But if you really think about it, it's not for him. He's upset the air tastes funny, it smells different here, how does he tell someone he wants to move, he can't roll over if he wants to. He has to be where ever i put him. So next time your baby is screaming and you're getting frustrated and just want him to calm down remember it's new for him. Breathing is new for him, eating is new for him, and yes he wants to be held all the time, but to him you're the one who can change what's going on. Even if it's just that the wind is blowing in his face and he wants it to stop and like you can do anything about that pesky wind right? He doesn't know that.

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