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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

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Awww, he is such a sweet little boy.

Oh! What a wonderful little stinker!

Also, his near-birthday-twin Teddy is as obsessed with Thomas and Friends. "The Island of Soe-dor..."

Oh Arwen - you write so beautifully. What a sweet, complicated, wonderful little guy.

What a precious boy!

I always had a hard time believing how old my littlest one had become during my subsequent pregnancy because I was sick for so long, and I really felt like I had completely missed those months of their lives =(.

I miss that guy :( I miss all of you.

He is so sweet. What a lovely tribute to your amazing little guy!

You write so beautifully. What a sweet, complicated, wonderful little guy.

Age 3 has been pretty enjoyable with Kalena, but I worry what it will be like with Will. Already (at just 2) he is more aggressive and less compliant. In my head of course he's still my snuggly little baby. I imagine bringing home an actual baby in March might change my perspective on that a little.

This is such a sweet post.

My son is a grown man now but so much of this rang bells with me. It was beautiful and thanks for taking the time to share your story.

This is a lovely post.

I admit that sometimes I really question how children in super-large families get to have enough one-on-one time with a parent. I guess that they just have to decide that what they do get is enough, and that it's all going to work out. I realize that we are pretty spoiled in that regard, having only one child; she gets buckets of that personal time. I don't know if it makes up for not having siblings, but at this point it is what it is.

I just found your blog recently, and this was lovely. I have a thomas-and-friends loving 3 year old boy too, and your beautiful descriptions of boyhood on the move reminded me of my love for my son. Thank you! Gorgeous post!

I want more kids someday, but I can't yet picture my little boy turning into a middle child. If I do, I imagine him just like Blaise:)

What a gorgeous tribute to our favorite 3 yr old. He is a treasure! :-)

I want to be friends with Blaise! I LOVE how you have described him in this post...and...he reminds me alot of Asher. :)

Middle child?

Awesome!

What a sweet, complicated, wonderful little guy. My son is a grown man now but so much of this rang bells with me. It was beautiful and thanks for taking the time to share your story.

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