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Wrapped Like a Baby



Sarah Kate has a new bedtime thing. She wants me to wrap her like a baby. That is what she says,"Wrap me like a baby!!!!" The first night I did an old fashioned swaddle wrap. That was not what she wanted. She said "around my head, cover all my head, like a baby." "I just want my face to show."
Tonight it hit me what she is trying to mimic. Our friend Amanda has a new baby. SK LOVES this baby and all babies. She has been seeing Amanda carrying newborn Lela in a sling. The only thing that shows is her precious face. I think Sarah Kate wants to be a baby and this is her way of feeling like one.

I don't know whether to laugh or cry.

I DO go in her room when she is sound asleep and take that blue blanket off. Can you imagine how HOT that would be?????

Comments

That is hilarious! My sling will hold up to 40 pounds if you want to borrow it to carry SK in.
Kim said…
I think you need to get a sling!! ha ha
Kelly said…
This made me smile!
I'm also laughing at Amanda imagining you carrying SK in a sling at parties and get togethers!
Amy said…
bless her! your stories about your girls always make me laugh. what great personalities they have! :)
Alisha Harris said…
That is SOOO sweet!
Ashley said…
That is too funny!!! And yes, I would be sweating in like two seconds under all those quilts. My two year old will say "hold me like a baby" and then he wants me to sing to him! It must be a phase! haha :)
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Melissa said…
these pictures are HILARIOUS...your girls crack me up...i can only imagine what your daily life is like with them!

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