I love that DS1 (almost 2) calls his little brother (14 weeks) "Buddy."
I love how their faces light up when they see each other, they are great friends.
I love the fact that DS2 will have someone to learn from.
I love the fact that DS1 has someone to teach.
I love being able to say "my sons."
I love the fact that boys are more emotionally resilliant, so hopefully wont be as scarred for life by my first 2 attempts at parenting.
I love how freakin' gorgeous they are!
I love the fact that, according to our agreement, being boys DH has the job of teaching them to point and shoot.
I love their insatiable curiousity, even at these ages.
I love that they look like their Dad.
I love even more that they are showing signs of being just as amazing as their Dad.
I love that I will be able to exploit their muscle when they are older in the hanging-shelves department.
I love that I get to use all the special outfits bought for DS1 twice.
I love that a bug is an exciting adventure.
I love that they are mine.
And many, many other things..
(Although all this does not mean that I don't want a girl too! I am greedy )
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15-12-2011 01:35 #11
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15-12-2011 04:19 #12
As mummy to my gorgeous 2 year old son and expecting ds2 in 3 weeks, this thread has made me feel warm and fuzzy on the inside!!!
I have all this and more to look forward to!!
I love that ds1 already tells anyone who will listen "I love my brother" and plays cars with him by zooming his hot wheels across my bump!!!
15-12-2011 06:06 #13
My boys are always on the go. They play cars, trains, shopping, kitchens, trampoline etc without a care in the world.
Clothes are often more practical - no frilly taffeta skirt arguments.
They get over their fights quickly and don't hold a grudge.
15-12-2011 08:01 #14
Thank you lovely ladies for your replies. I wasn't expecting so many beautiful responses.
15-12-2011 08:57 #15
15-12-2011 09:38 #16Senior Member
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This is a beautiful thread!!
I have a 15 month old DS and am expecting #2 in May. I was told at my 12 week scan that this bub is most likely another boy. We find out for sure next week and this thread is really making hope it's another boy!!
Thanks to all the lovely mummies of awesome boys!
15-12-2011 11:06 #17
Good luck with next scan MILL!
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15-12-2011 13:02 #18
I love my 2 boys and am glad that they have each other, but have such a strong yearning for a girl. I was sitting with DS2 poolside today while DS1 was in the pool with his dad, and I was watching a little girl in the water and almost started crying because I want a little girl so much. Oh...and I felt so jealous of her mother that it frightened me! I'm glad that my boys will have each other to play with and hopefully back each other up though. Still really want a girl to the point of almost feeling physical pain when I see one.
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15-12-2011 13:30 #19
Witchypoo. If this bub turns out to be a boy, I will be blessed, but still missing a little girl as we will only have 2 bubs.
15-12-2011 15:39 #20
I was delighted when i found out DS2 was a boy as well, all that pink airy fairy stuff makes me wana puke!
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