Friday, February 27, 2009

It was almost a really great moment


Cameron, slightly groggy, comes into my bed to snuggle with me after waking up this morning and says:


"I love you, Momma."


He then wraps his little arms around me to give me a giant hug.


I smile.


He then lets out a giant *sigh*, and says,


"My big, big Momma."


Nice. Talk about zapping that moment into complete oblivion.


I don't know....maybe I need to start blogging over at Motivated Mommas again....



12 comments:

Julie said...

From one "big mama" to another...I'm with you sista!

Unfortunately I wasn't able to remove one of my legs yesterday before my physical, so I am officially fat and need to go on a diet.

Aim said...

well dev, if it makes you feel any better luke has been noticing that pics with moms and dads are me and rog and boys or babies are him and liv. well.
I was reading that Love You Forever book and when the dad was holding the old lady he said that was me and daddy. oh boy. hope I don't look that old already. not ready to be the "mom" in the pictures. :)

Karie said...

oh my. Too funny. Seriously, if you are depressed about that, STOP IT. You are skinny, woman!!

Natalie said...

that's really cute. Last time Tirstan called me I had just had my 4th baby, so I told him I'm in my mommy body ;D
They say the darndest things don't they;d

Natalie

Kirst said...

I'll say you don't need to worry about what you look like. You look skinny to me.

You look great!

Kirst said...

I'll say you don't need to worry about what you look like. You look skinny to me.

You look great!

Carolyn said...

Too cute. I love kids attempts at being sweet!

Jen said...

I love how kids say whatever pops into their head. Well, sometimes . . . . :)

Jen said...

I love how kids say whatever pops into their head. Well, sometimes . . . . :)

Jen said...

I love how kids say whatever pops into their head. Well, sometimes . . . . :)

Jen said...

Sorry to post the same comment three times. I am impatient and press buttons to make it go faster which doesn't do any good. At least I feel like I am doing something.

Kristi said...

I am Stacie's friend and Luke's mom. I wanted to thank you for the prayers you said for him. His heart surgery was a huge success on Tuesday and he is home in his crib tonight! Thank you for the prayers, I know they guided our surgeons hands and saved my little boy's life. Thank you.