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15-08-2013 21:46 #11Senior Member
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15-08-2013 22:02 #12
I love the fact that everything is so new to them and they rely on you to introduce them to the world. Plus she smells divine and I am her favourite person in the whole world. I love their innocence and their sweetness and just how damn cuddly they are. I love tiny newbie cuddles.
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15-08-2013 22:12 #13
When their tiny hands curl around your finger.
The snugggles!! Falling asleep after a feed or the drunk look they get after one.
Oh and the poo faces! I had so many laughs when my boys were newborn and learning how to poo they made the best faces! Hahaha!
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15-08-2013 22:32 #14
That nobody else makes him as happy as I do. And nobody else knows how to cuddle him just right. And even if someone else is holding him his eyes are on me!
16-08-2013 02:27 #15Senior Member
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Not the only best thing but I LOVE that baby smell. My 6 week old has lost her newborn smell now
Just waiting on 2 friends 38 weeks to have their babes so I can get a fix of that smell. There's nothing like it....
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16-08-2013 03:40 #16
16-08-2013 05:11 #17
When they nuzzle their head into your neck.
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16-08-2013 07:05 #18
That when she's upset only mummy can make her feel better. The adoring look she gives me when breastfeeding. Her smiles. How it seems like she learns something new or makes a new sou d every day. The way she pulls off and uses my boob as a pillow when we're lying in bed. How she has turned my hubby into a softie, melts my heart. I'm sure I could go on!
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16-08-2013 08:11 #19
As a mum of a 10 year old I miss the quiet haha, yes babies cry but DD does not shut up, constant talking, day in and day out, give me that baby quiet time any day.
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12-02-2014 16:06 #20Junior Member
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the way they try to grip DH little finger and how you blow on their tummies and their giggles
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