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August 26, 2011


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I think about this, too, when I'm home alone with my 9mo baby, and his two sisters are off on an adventure (probably at Target) with their dad. I love them all so, so much, but it's so *quiet* when it's just we two!

I only have 2 and it seems like chaos to me...not sure how you manage 4!

I still can't get over Margot talking. (I know, I'm like a year behind.)

Wait. Margot is talking? And making lists? Where does the time go?

This is so true. I will say, that even though the missing is bad and the luxuriating is great, the reunions are the best.

Since having more than one child, anytime I am down a kid or two it feels like an enormous load has been lifted off me. The change in dynamic is amazing.

With my oldest starting kindergarten, this is exactly what I am experiencing every day for 8 hours . The younger two at home don't fight, nap or rest together and in general are more easy to take anywhere.

Enjoy your peace while it lasts!

So sweet. I can only imagine what life will be like with one baby on the way, never mind 4. I hope I get to know what it feels like to have 4 one day.

I also have 4 kids, so I TOTALLY understand! Even if I'm only down to 3 kids in the house, it feels so much easier. And it's the sweetest thing when I hear my youngest on the phone with one of her brothers telling him that she loves him(they never say it to each other while together).

Very sweet. I completely understand, even though I am always just with two. I treasure the quiet when I'm on my own or just with one, but I miss the squeals and nuttiness of everyone together.

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