Thursday, June 21, 2007

Love

I've found that it's easier to write and talk about the weird and tough parts about being a Mom. It's difficult to find the words to write about how much I love Kylie and how much joy she brings me. I could write- I love her, I love her, I love her-a hundred times and it wouldn't come close to defining the depths of love that I feel for her and how I love her more each day.

Isn't it the Eskimos who have so many words for snow and ice? I wish we could create a few more words to define love.

-Wendy


5 comments:

Ethan Barry's Momma said...

The love of your baby...Isn't it an amazingly, wonderful thing?! I still can't believe how my love for Ethan grows every single day. I never knew I could love anything or anyone as much as I love him. It's the kind of love that makes your knees go weak and your heart flutter over the fear of losing it.

Jeff and I both remember when, at different points, we discovered that we now loved Ethan more than each other. It was a startling realization but amazing as well. At that moment, I truly knew that if I had a moment of life and death choice, I would always choose my beloved baby. The love I have for him and the love he gives me in return humbles me constantly.

Hugs,
Heather

ajs4ever said...

Aaaawww! It is very apparent that you both love your little one so much! I have really enjoyed all the pictures- she is just precious!

Amber

Stacey said...

so true. :) cute pics!

Traci said...

I remember this feeling so clearly. When I was pregnant the second and third times, I remember thinking 'how can I possibly love this new baby as much as I love the one I have?' Damn if it didn't just get bigger with each one. Now that they are almost grown, I still look at them or talk with them and I am astounded at how that love has changed and grown and is only bigger every day. Different but still amazing in every way.

Lynanne said...

If a picture is worth a thousand words, you just posted 2000 words that say how much you both love Kylie. I bet that doesn't even scratch the surface though. :)