Little sister.

I had just finished feeding Bea and was holding her up to burp her when Sam wandered back into the room from where he was playing on the front porch. He came right up to Bea and rested his head on the arm of the sofa, gazed across at her and started commenting “little hands!…little eyes!…little eyebrows!…little mouth! …little nose!…little sister!”

I had to quickly use the bathroom so I placed the now sleeping Bea in her pack and play bassinet in the front room. I really wasn’t gone that long but when I returned I found one of the pillows from our bed over Bea’s head. Ack! Sam had obviously decided that she needed some bedding. Hmmm, we’re going to have to watch that.

The other day I was also surprised to turn around and find a little pile of sand in the bassinet. I guess Sam had tried to get Bea to play with him and brought her a mini sand castle. Lovely. What a nice, kind big brother.

2 Responses to Little sister.

  1. Anonymous September 25, 2008 at 8:22 pm #

    Congrats!

    Hiya Kay!

    Been reading all about the birth and watched little Bea’s first vid about 6 million times! Its awesome to hear you’re doing well and had such luck with the birth and that you’ve got a precious baby girl! so happy for you and i hope you dont get too tired this second time around. Sam is growing so quickly too! pre-school and all. Little bit jealous of your happy family ( in a good way! 🙂 ) being sat at home with nothing but work prospects oh well. Good luck and will hopefully see you next time you’re in the UK. Lots of Love to Bill, Sammy & Bea.

    Helen xxx

  2. Anonymous September 25, 2008 at 8:22 pm #

    Congrats!

    Hiya Kay!

    Been reading all about the birth and watched little Bea’s first vid about 6 million times! Its awesome to hear you’re doing well and had such luck with the birth and that you’ve got a precious baby girl! so happy for you and i hope you dont get too tired this second time around. Sam is growing so quickly too! pre-school and all. Little bit jealous of your happy family ( in a good way! 🙂 ) being sat at home with nothing but work prospects oh well. Good luck and will hopefully see you next time you’re in the UK. Lots of Love to Bill, Sammy & Bea.

    Helen xxx

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