I'm remembering the little boy that I birth into this world.
That was the second best day of my life. The first was when your sister was born.
It's amazing that God loved you and I so much that he gave us to each other.
I remember the moment that you were placed on my chest.
I thought awwwww how cute, but can they wash him off.
They wrapped you up in baby blankets and I said he's so beautiful, Terry who's nose does he have?
I knew instantly that you had my lips. I could not wait to kiss yours.
You were so wrinkly and pale. But you were just so amazingly handsome, cute, beautiful, tiny, adorable, God's precious gift to me......
I thought this little one was worth every contraction.
I instantly loved you more than life itself.
I was so very proud and honored to meet my very on little man.
I couldn't wait to introduce you to the world, I couldn't wait to introduce you to your sister. I had prepared her for your arrival. But I still wan't sure that she understood that she now had to share Mommy & Daddy.
But it was still exciting just knowing that we had this amazing addition to our family.
Izaiah, you were a wonderful baby, you weren't that spoiled! You sorta went to anyone!
Ok you were very spoiled and you preferred Mommy, Daddy, and Bri Sche on occasions.
Patsy thought that you were a piece of cake. The little children at Patsy's house loved you.
Our trips to Maryland were funny! You use to show your behind! You did not like anyone trying to take you out of your Mommy's arms. You use to give my family the blues. Boy you would cry, cry, cry, but once they put you down, you were straight boy. You would be all over the place with your older cousins. You thought you really could keep up. You enjoyed going outside with them playing football, running, laughing, and just being outdoors.
I remember that you loved bath time. With the right amount of toys in the bath you had a ball. Now what you weren't a fan of was bed time. You would cry, cry, cry, unless I laid down right beside you and rub your back until you were asleep. I enjoyed this as much as you did. I really miss going to bed with you, when trying to just put you to sleep.
Izaiah, I miss you're little strut, you had the meanest walk. You were the shortest kid with the meanest walk. Your walk and stand had so much personality. I think you got that from my Daddy. you had the coolest personality. I miss having you in my life just to laugh at your daily growth. Watching you explore this world was such a blessing. You taught me patience more than anyone I know. You taught me not to take life so seriously. But the most important lesson that you taught me, was that tomorrow's not promised. I guess you taught me this the hardest way ever. I wish that lesson would have came at a different time in my life. Because I soooooo was not prepared to learn it that way.
Izaiah, I love you today, tomorrow, and forever.
Love Mommy!!!!! Close