Can I just say that I love my daughters? I've never had a son to compare them to (hopefully God will give us one, maybe next time) but my girls are just so sweet!

Babies are such blessings and it's not always east to remember that, (especially when they're teething and have ear infections and are screaming for hours at a time). My girls have brought me such joy in different ways. Just a hug or a snuggle. Some times Lexi will just randomly come up to me and tell me she loves me. I love waking up in the mornings (not always as early as I am woken up) to my face being rubbed, then when I open my eyes I see Caylee grinning from ear to ear.

Babies, or kids in general change your life completely. (In more than a "what's the best diet pill" kind of way.) Yes, they change your figure, but they are worth it!

They grow up so fast. I can't believe Lexi is just a few months shy of 3 years old. She's in a big girl bed, drinks from normal cups, has no more pacifier and now She's potty training. We are almost two weeks into it things have been going fairly well in fact we made it through the day with no accidents today!

Caylee is 7 months old, she started getting up on her hands and knees and tonight she started rocking. I'm imagining she'll be crawling within the next few weeks. (she tends to do things quickly once she shows progress). I also think she'll get some teeth soon, she's been chomping away on everything for weeks. She had showed favoritism to wooden objects, so I found a cute wooden teething ring/rattle online and called it her Easter present. :) She loves it.

Being a mom has had some hard days, but all in all it's worth it! Sure, you sacrifice. You give up sleeping past 7am and eating your food while it's still hot. You give up dates with your husband and having lots of clothes (and time for yourself). You receive double hugs and kisses, extra hands to hold, snuggles, and the opportunity to watch a gift from God grow from a tiny baby to a grown adult.

Life is Precious.