This morning I am pooped, so I will chill for the next couple hours with Caden til he gets tired, then we're both napping. He had a 3x awake night, his nose is stuffed, so maybe that's why, although he kinda did this over each night of the weekend, so I'm hoping its not habit already. They catch on unbelievably fast; if I cry long enough, Mommy will come feed me each time!...smart!
You know how babies play with their bottle when they get to a certain age? Well, Caden started playing with his, if you know what I mean. Its actually quite comical, I don't let it go on forever, I don't want it to become his entertainment by any means!
His BM's have become almost daily now, although they seem to be a little thick still and little straining involved, at least getting more frequent, on the upswing.
For about a week and a half, Caden rolled and rolled and rolled, but in the last few days, he stopped rolling. Now, he just lays on his belly and rocks back and forth like a beached whale. Sometimes he pulls his knees up, just a matter of time before figures out crawling.
I am so grateful for Quinn, my wonderful God given husband and Caden, how did God design something so cute?, so delighted for the time I get to spend with them.
I'm thankful that God creates, we might think we "plan" when to have babies or create, not so, God is the creator, he determines where, when, etc (Acts 17:26).
For me, as Ravi Zacharias stated "When God brings us to salvation, the most remarkable thing we see is he transforms our hungers. He changes not just what we do, but what we want to do. This is the work of the Holy Spirit within us - "for it is God who works in you to will and to act according to his good purpose" (Phillippians 2:13)". I'm thankful for the joyful responsibility He gave us of raising Caden, one of our life's missions.