around 1 year and then 3-4 years
6mo-now is definitely the best (thus far). It was unreal, holding him when he was a newborn, thinking that this beautiful life came from me, but nothing beats how fun he's been since he started crawling at 6mo. He zips around our place faster than I walk sometimes and he's always climbing up on any surface he can reach, smiling from ear to ear, repeating "mama, mama" like he's a broken record (albeit a cute one). Learning his personality and watching him be amazed by the world, intrigued by his surroundings - definitely my favourite. Being able to communicate with him (even if he doesn't understand what I'm saying) and holding his hands to help him walk, dancing to our records and chasing each other around on our hands and knees brings so much joy into my life.
Quoting BareFootBabyMaker:" around 1 year and then 3-4 years"
I'll send you my 3.5 year old? LOL
<blockquote><b>Quoting Ravey Candyass:</b>" You won't be saying that when he doesn't shut the f**k up. I enjoy 6-9 months the best"</blockquote>
Haha I'm sure...reminds me of that Louie comedian
Quoting Ravey Candyass:" You won't be saying that when he doesn't shut the f**k up. I enjoy 6-9 months the best"
ohhh god, that was funny :lol::lol:
Quoting Mama♥Breezy:" I'll send you my 3.5 year old? LOL "
lol, mines 3.5 too, hes difficult sometimes but hes so interested in everything and absorbs new info like a sponge. Its so fun teaching him new things and having convos with him
<blockquote><b>Quoting kr.r:</b>" 6mo-now is definitely the best (thus far). It was unreal, holding him when he was a newborn, thinking ... [snip!] ... to help him walk, dancing to our records and chasing each other around on our hands and knees brings so much joy into my life."</blockquote>
Aww :D..he sounds like such a sweet little man! I know what you mean with the crawling...if there was a sprinting version of crawling that's what he would do...especially if its somewhere he knew he wasn't allowed to go to....then he would like glide haha
My kids are 2 and 4. I am loving the 4 yr old stage. He id big enoigh that he can tell me exactly what he needs or what is wrong but not too big that he doesnt need his mommy. I love that he has an opi.ion on things and LOVE his imagination. I could play all day with him!
Dont get me wrong, I love her so much, but 2 has got to be my least favorite. She is having awful tantrums over the dumbest things! But I do love her cuddles!!!!
<blockquote><b>Quoting katxo[12wks]:</b>" You are not lying... I swear my 4year old keeps trying to push boundaries further and further. His newest thing is climbing on top of my car and trying to jump off:roll:"</blockquote>
0_0.....this scares me heh
Quoting BareFootBabyMaker:" lol, mines 3.5 too, hes difficult sometimes but hes so interested in everything and absorbs new info like a sponge. Its so fun teaching him new things and having convos with him"
I loooove when she's in a good mood. She learns so fast, and is so happy when she's discovering something. Then her alter ego comes out... :shock:
Even my 5 year old with adhd doesn't drive me as crazy. :lol:
9 months to 2 years.
After that, I want to pull my hair out.
Up until they start to become little buggers :lol:
Love the newborn stage and toddler. My youngest is 5 in June and most days I wish I could turn her back into a baby atm.
I love the stage shes at now, 10 months. I miss when she was that little, but for the most part I did not love the new born stage! I'm sure when I have my next kid and I know a little more to expect I will enjoy it more.