Momma’s Boys




Since Flynn has been born Grayson has been receiving less attention from me. It’s hard to breast feed one kid and play games with another at the same time. I know he has noticed and it makes me feel bad. I’m lucky that he doesn’t take it out on his younger brother. Instead he gives him kisses and hugs until I have to pry him away.

Grayson is a silly kid. He’s always singing. He acts out video games and has you be one of the players. He adores his older sisters, thinks his younger brother is “beautiful and cool” and thinks his dad is the sun & moon. He radiates love. He brings a smile to the face of everyone he meets.

I hope Flynn, like his brother, will bring a little love to everyone he knows. He’s already started smiling at us and cooing when we hold him. I think he’s well on his way to brightening the days of those who love him. He’s already doing it here.

I love them.

8 thoughts on “Momma’s Boys

  1. Trish says:

    I only have the one baby so haven’t had to deal with dividing my attention, but I like to believe that whatever they’re losing in attention from a parent they’re gaining back from the love and companionship from their siblings.

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