As I said. I love each one of my precious little sons.
And while there are many reasons I love my youngest son, I’d be remiss if I didn’t start by mentioning his cheeks.
Oh his sweet, round cute chubby little angelic little cheeks. I can’t. kiss. them. enough.
I love Noah for his little personality. I love how he talks in his own special way, often making attempts at deep manly voices, and changing things up with his high cheery greetings.
I love how he says Hello. It sounds like “Hey, Yo!” and all he needs is a snapping slap kind of greeting to go with it and he’d be down with the homeys. Love that. Love love love that about him.
I love that I’m his world. That he runs to me and shouts, “Mommy!!!” even if we’ve only been separated for a few moments. I love that he loves his Daddy too. And that his parents are his favorite people.
I love how he loves to read his train books. And that there is no possible way for me to be sitting on the floor without him plopping down on my lap with a book in hand.
I love that he’s learning how to pray and that his heart is being trained while it’s tender.
Thank you, Lord, for my baby. For my almost big boy. Thanks for my Noah.