Little Milestones I Don't Ever Want to Forget

January 25, 2018




I know I talk about this all the time, but it seems like this whole "growing up thing" is way more emotional with the last baby than it was with the first two. Every little milestone is met with happiness mixed with sadness. I love watching Belle grow and develop, but a part of me wants to keep her a baby forever. I felt that way at times with my first two, but the feeling is so much stronger the third time around. I know she's our last baby, so the idea that this will be the last time I have a baby that army crawls on the floor, or does that cute backwards waive, or babbles "mama mama mama" just makes me sad. 

Belle is standing up all the time and I know that in no time she'll be walking. At ten months old, she's already a champ at everything she does: crawling, standing, talking, eating, sleeping......everything except napping. She's not a champion napper. But she's so cute I'll let it slide.


When I went to bed last night, I journaled all about her little milestones and the way she throws her hands up in the air whenever my husband says "touchdown!". I don’t want to forget these little moments, I don’t want to forget how I felt and the moment she said my name for the first time or how her little hands reach up to me when she wants me to pick her up. 


Belle is eating a ton these days and I just let her have at it. I want to remember the yogurt all over her face and the big smile she gives me when I let her use the spoon on her own. It’s the simple things that Belle teaches me. She loves and gets the happiest from the little things in life and well, I want to live like that.

It’s funny how when you have little ones in your life, your perspective changes not only on life, but what you’re putting in your bodies! I want my kids to be as healthy as possible! A simple choice for us is the new Happy Baby Whole Milk Yogurt Cups. It's made from delicious USDA organic ingredients and beneficial nutrients that nourish little bodies. 


I don't know if you can tell, but Belle loves it! Whole milk yogurt is an excellent choice for one of your baby's early foods because it contains nutrients such as calcium, protein, and vitamin D..... all the things needed to keep your body running and functioning just like it should. 


And the Happy Baby yogurt is mindfully made with probiotics, no added sweeteners, and is non-GMO. We found Happy Baby Whole Milk Yogurt Cups at our local Walmart store. Right now you can save $1 on Happy Family with this Ibotta offer

And check out this cute little milestone video I made of Belle trying the Happy Baby yogurt for the first time!




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