The post where it’s all roses and rainbow, unicorn farts

Yes, this is going to be one of those sickeningly sweet posts. Life is definitely not perfect, far from it actually, but that is not what this post is about. This post is about how after 4 years and 4 days of waiting for Paxlet to be in my life, he is here and how it couldn’t be any better.

Paxlet is such an easy baby. And it all started once I got pregnant. (Getting pregnant was the nightmare.) The pregnancy itself was easy and so was labor & delivery. Paxlet was born healthy and full-full term, 8 days over the EDD, in fact. All of this ‘easiness’ has just continued in his life.

Paxlet doesn’t cry that much, I can’t remember a single episode going anywhere near an hour. We haven’t had to deal with colic, reflux, or major upset stomach issues. Even when he is fussy or won’t sleep, it’s only for a night or two and I am still able to get some sleep, just not as much as I would like (pre-baby style).

Waking up next to a baby boy whose sparkling eyes light up when he sees me, giving me the biggest grins and smiles while cooing to me, makes up for any tiredness. I’ve come to look forward to the times he wakes up, because I know there are lovely baby grins waiting for me. It just melts my heart.

As Paxlet is getting older (he’s only 10 weeks), his interactions with me and the world are growing. Not only does Paxlet have long (and meaningful) conversations with me (and Mr Siili), he also regularly ‘talks’ to his bunnies hanging from his bouncy seat, giving me a few minutes to make tea and breakfast or get a little something done. It seems every day I hear new sounds coming out of this sweet boy. In fact, just yesterday I heard a piercing squeal of laughter that he hadn’t done before. All I could do was laugh at his cleverness.

There are so many little things I just love to watch Paxlet do. Such as seeing him taking notice of the images on the wallpaper next to his changing table, to sticking his tongue out in response to me and daddy or him licking everything he can get his tongue on. There’s not much I don’t love about Paxlet.

I can’t wait to see what else the future brings us. I’m excited to see how he develops, what sort of person he becomes and learn just how smart he will be. In the mean time, I’m more than content to just be here, right now, with my little boy and see what he does.

Yes, this was a post about a mom who is head over heels and totally in love with her baby boy. He just melts my heart in ways I never dreamt of.


3 thoughts on “The post where it’s all roses and rainbow, unicorn farts

  1. Relish in the feeling, I hope motherhood is always wonderful and rewarding for you! Some people take to it better than others and some are blessed with better babies than others. If you're loving it then that's amazing!

  2. That discovery of the overwhelming love you have for your new baby – it's something amazing and priceless, and no one can begin to prepare you for it. Congratulations! 😀 And I'm here to tell you – it never goes away, and if possible, it actually gets even more overwhelming as time goes on…

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