Our whole family is NOT completely goo-goo over our sweet new baby girl. We are a sensible, productive family so tiny ears, crossed eyes and soft skin are NOT enough to make us all want to just sit around holding and admiring a tiny baby.
Isabella was NOT over a week old before she ever slept outside of someone’s arms.
Whenever Mark or I wish to put Isabella down there is NOT a loud clamor from the children with everyone offering to hold her and reminding us who had the last turn.
The children do NOT remind each other, “She doesn’t like to be laid down” or “She likes to be snuggled up against you” or “She likes to look out the window”. We do NOT think that there is any possibility that Bella is spoiled, after all she’s the youngest of 10 children, we can’t possibly give her enough attention, there is no worry about her getting too much.
Since I had a c-section and am supposed to be taking it easy, I have NOT lifted and moved the couch in order to vacuum under it, nor done a workout video involving lots of squats. That would be silly.
While at the dinner table last week, Mark did NOT use a burp cloth instead of a napkin to wipe his face.
I’d love to do a post(s) about parenting, any questions/topics you’d like me to cover? (Although now that you know how ‘spoiled’ Bella is maybe you’d like to ask someone else. 🙂 )