This has probably already been done, but what has you DD/DS done to make your heart melt?
My Ds (2year old) is currently sitting next to me singing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. Love when he is singing. He also likes to hold his baby cousin every time we see him, he is so gentle and will try to settle him down if he is upset. If I seem upset, he comes over and gives me a kiss and a hug, pats me on the back and says its ok its ok
Love him to bits
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02-12-2013 07:57 #1
What has your little one done to make your heart just melt?
02-12-2013 08:02 #2
I asked him last night if he was excited to cuddle his little sister, he in turn gave my bump a cuddle (he is 2.5).
Then last night he jumped into my bed at least three times. Usually it's because he wants boob, but last night he just wanted to cuddle.
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02-12-2013 08:03 #3
Ds1 came in the birth suite right after I had ds2.
He was 11 days shy of his 3rd birthday so still quiet young.
As soon as he saw his little brother (still messy and squawking - as newborns do) he asked if he could give him a cuddle and kiss to make him happy. The midwife cleaned ds2 up a bit and ds1 cuddled him while sitting on dfs lap. Ds2 stopped crying immediately.
I cried it's still one of my most treasured memories.
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02-12-2013 08:03 #4
He's just started giving me kisses
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02-12-2013 08:06 #5
When 20mth old DD sings along to The Lion King soundtrack in the car. Particularly "Can You Feel The Love Tonight". It is so beautiful
02-12-2013 08:13 #6Senior Member
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When I cry, he tells me that he will fix me and make me happy.
When we moved out of our house and I bawled my eyes out as we locked up for the last time, he told me he would make me another nice house for me to love.
If he continues to have this much empathy throughout his life, I know I will have done a good job in being a mum.
02-12-2013 08:24 #7
At a ridiculous hour this morning 12 mth old DS was unsettled and crying as I tried to rock him back to sleep. I let him sit upright in my arms thinking it might calm him. He rested his head against my chest and pretended to snore before bursting into laughter! So adorable.
02-12-2013 08:27 #8
Last week we were at DS favourite park that has a swinging walk way between slides that when he was little I used to hold his hand and say "it's ok I've got you" and as I was going to walk on it I said oh it's very wobbly and he said. "It's ok mum I've got you" and I said "oh thanks buddy" and he said "I've always got you" I pretty much burst into tears!
02-12-2013 08:31 #9
For as long as my daughter has been able to lift her head, she won't lay her head down on my shoulder because she wants to look around. She's now 9 months old and yesterday we were at a large family party and she had just woken up and when she saw all the strangers, she put her her on my shoulder and burrowed her head into my neck. She's usually happy to go to anyone so it was just nice to have that assurance that she really does know and love me.
02-12-2013 08:37 #10
Ds1 (2yrs) always hugs and kisses Ds2 (15weeks). When they are in the pram together he always has his hand on his belly. When I put the baby on the floor he always sits next to him with his hand on his head or back. He can be such a rough n tumble boy until he is with his brother and then he's all gentle Everybody always asks what he has been like with his baby brother and he has been nothing but beautiful with him, they are going to be best friends
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