I was looking at my little one and realized just how quickly he is physically growing.
There are so many little things I love about him. He has so many little traits that I hope he never outgrows.
I love that my little one looks at everything with a sense of wonder. And I love that he is so joyful.
I hope he never outgrows his joyfulness.
What are some things you hope your children never outgrow?
His imagination! He can play on his own and makes up the most fantastical stories in his head.
His big heart, he is a very empathetic kid and while it hurts him at times, it makes him who he is.
His enthusiasm for life.
Wanting hugs and giving them.
Before I read the post (just read the title) my first thought was JOY. Real honest to goodness, shows on the face, feel it in their bellies, JOY.
Wonder, imagination, and play.
The questions "why" and "how."
Their "thinking" face. :o)
My younges rubs against me and purrs when I say something nice. I know he will outgrow it one day but I hope it is a long way off. I also hope they never outgrow asking for hugs.
Thier open and joyful acceptance of all people regardless of gender, race, religion, it doesn't matter, to thier open eyes they don't see the differences.
I hope my 4 year old never loses her empathy for other people.
I hope my 2 year old ever loses the ability to stay calm and easy-going, go with the flow.
Too soon to tell with my 4 month old. :)