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During my pregnancy, after I knew we were having a boy, I hoped that he would look like Justin. I think it’s so adorable when little boys are a mirror image of their father. On David’s first day of life, I kept seeing my brother in his face. And only a couple days after that, I thought he looked exactly like Justin.
Now that he’s ::ahem:: gained a few and rounded out quite a bit, I think he’s starting to look like me. He has Justin’s eye shape, but my eye color. He has my mouth but Justin’s ears.
I can’t quite picture him as a little boy yet, but I think he’ll end up looking more like Justin in the long run.
Well, we took our first road trip (and our second actually) with David and he did great. Thank you for all the suggestions from the previous post about it!
Justin and I took David to his hometown church on Easter Sunday. His cheeks were pinched and everyone commented on his light blue eyes. Justin and I were practically glowing the pride as he silently sat through the service, took a brief nap, and basically was the most well-behaved child on the planet.
I have yet to endure a truly embarrassing moment with David in public. I know it will happen, and frankly I hope it makes for a good blog post, but in the meantime I am enjoying how great his does when we take him out of his comfort zone of home.
I have gotten into a wonderful groove with him lately. I absolutely love spending my days with him, and am very grateful for the opportunity to do so!
I apologize for the brevity of his post! I promise I have more to talk about but the busyness of the past week has prevented me from spending enough time on the blog.