Don't get me wrong, I love watching him grow up too! Babies don't say hilarious things. They don't have little attitudes, they don't know how to push your buttons, and they make embarrassing displays at Target, and even though those things seem awful when they are happening, they are all a part of what that little person will become. I really enjoy the person that my oldest child has become and I love being able to have real conversations with him and read big kid books with him. But it doesn't stop here. He is just going to get bigger every year! One day all of the hilarious and adorable things he says will be replaced by f-bombs and teenage lingo that I won't understand and eye rolls. And I will wish that I could go back to today, the day he turned 4. So I guess I will just have to cherish his 4th year now so that I don't miss it later.
Next year he will be 5, and 5 year olds are kindergarten. And mothers of 5 year olds in kindergarten are
I love you Bug! Backtalk, boogers, temper tantrums, and all!