At 14 months, Maddie has become increasingly verbal, increasingly mobile, increasingly intelligent, increasingly playful and increasingly fun to be around. And time is going faster than ever!
As Maddie settles into her second year of life, her brain seems to be turned up to 11. The number of new skills she has acquired recently is astounding.
Today is my first child's first birthday. That's only going to happen once! How can I distill 365 incredible days into a single blog post? I probably can't.
Every day Maddie seems to be getting a little bit more interactive, a little bit more intelligent and a little bit closer to communicating with us.
Now that our daughter is becoming more mobile and curious, keeping her safe is becoming a difficult and necessary full-time job.
Yesterday was technically not my "first" Father's Day, but it was my first one with a baby on the outside, and what a difference a year makes.
Last night I found this note from my daughter under my pillow. She's got some thoughts she'd like to share about her first nine months.
Last night, there was a lot of crying in my daughter's room at bedtime. But this time my daughter wasn't the one doing the crying.
My daughter seems to be developing a sense of humor...so what role do parents play in developing humor in their children?
If you've had a baby in the last year, your life has been turned upside down and everything is different. And that goes for Valentine's Day, too.