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Six Months

Half a year.  It’s now been half a year since Addison was born.  As I think back on the last half-year with her, here are some thoughts I have:

  • How did we get so blessed? Our Father must love us.
  • Parents are biased, but I think she’s the most beautiful baby ever.
  • She wakes up like me. Groggy for a bit, not sure if she’s happy to be awake or where she is, and then suddenly in a good mood.
  • Our life has changed so much because of her, from our finances to how we spend our time.
  • Not only would I not go back to our life pre-Addison, I don’t even miss it. Not one bit.
  • Being a Daddy is fun.  From bouncing her on my legs, to holding her above my head and flying around like an airplane.  From giving her bottles to carrying her up to bed half-asleep in my arms.
  • How did we ever live without her in our life?

Anyway, Happy half-birthday, Addison!  Daddy loves you!

9 Comments

  1. sweetsoup

    Great post. Love your girl!!!

  2. Jaime

    I love that she wakes up like you. Your glossy-eyed, groggy look is so funny to see on her little face. You’re such a great dad to her. 🙂

  3. Michael Schutz

    Hey – great thoughts! Our oldest daughter turned 4 on Monday, and it’s so fun to watch them grow! We’ve now got a 4 year old, a 2-1/2 year old and a 3 month old. All are such blessings in their own unique ways.

  4. Judi

    Aww! I love this post!

  5. chuckwhited

    She is definitely a cutie. It is fun to watch you with her. And it is fun to be a dad – Susan told me.

  6. Mom

    Great post Jason! Parenthood is one blessing after another.

  7. Karen Cassidy

    Love this post. So true that you can’t believe what life would be like without her, and can’t remember what you did with your time before she arrived!

  8. Tim

    Love them and hug them and develop that relationship to the fullest, for I can garrantee, it won’t be long and she’ll be asking for ther keys to the car……where did the years go.

  9. Kathy

    I love little Addison too!

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