Month 6 – Letter to Quinn

by Rumour Miller on September 23, 2010

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Dearest Quinn ~

You are now officially half way through your first year of life and I am teary eyed every time I pack away clothing that you no longer fit. You are my girl, through and through. I know it cannot be easy on your Daddy when he is unable to console you or put you to bed at night. I know that this will not last forever. Just as you, being my little baby, will not last forever. You are growing, fast. I am helpless to stop it. I don’t want to stop it, but every now and again, I just want to turn back the clock. Turn back the calendar.

You are rolling over. Laughing. Spitting. Using your voice.

You have started solids. Baby cereal, carrots and peas. You are growing right before my eyes.

You are also sleeping in our bed at night. Another baby that loves to be close to us (or me as the case is right now). There are many nights that I will swaddle you and lay you in my bed and you will sleep the night through with hardly a move. Then there are the other nights when you groan and sigh and toss and turn all night long. Although, I would prefer that you sleep the entire night through in your own crib. I am okay with sharing my bed with you. Before I know it, you too will be heading off to preschool.

Your sisters adore you. They get so excited when you wake from a nap. It is as though they haven’t seen you in days. It is very cute and I am loving it because before too long you will be right there with them fighting over a toy.

It seems like just yesterday that you were born. That you were such a tiny little peanut. It seems unreal that six months have passed.

Mama loves you, Quinner.

Love Mama.

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DaisyGal September 24, 2010 at 9:40 am

oh my goodness, she's 6 months old did THAT happen??? She's so beautiful my friend. I'm so glad all your DIVAS are keeping you smiling.

Rumour Miller September 30, 2010 at 12:21 pm

I have no idea how that happened. I only looked away for a brief moment!

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