It seems that blogging is much harder to do when you have more than one child, at least that’s been the case for me. Gone are the days when I had all the time in the world when it was just Miss Dhara and I at home during the day. These days it’s all about putting babies down for naps, taking short walks around the house with them when they’re awake because they love to look at the world around them, feeding, making meals interesting to my daughter, cleaning, cleaning and more cleaning. The cleaning never ends.
But what’s the most exciting part of these last 3 months? My baldy boys are over their colic/gassiness, well for the most part! It feels sooo good to put them down for naps that last longer than 10 minutes! They also smile alot now, and coo, and baby talk — oh, let the fun begin! I was waiting for this stage, and whew, we’re finally here…
Rohan, not as serious as in the photo set above. He is actually quite the opposite. I imagine him to be of the jolly sort when he’s older because he is all smiles. His smiles consume him, as if he’s going to fall over from the sheer joy of it all. I wasn’t able to capture any of it in this shoot because he was so enthralled/stunned by the camera. I think he’s going to be a talker — he absolutely loves being in your arms, looking you right in the eye, and making conversation. Rohan is also my squishy one.
Kieran is energetic and also loves being near people like his daddy. These days he’s pretty enthralled by his fist and what it tastes like. When you move his hands from his mouth, he’ll give you a charming smile like he knows he’s doing something he’s not supposed to be doing. He also loves standing on his legs. Kieran is generally very laid back and chill, but when he’s mad, oh he’ll let you know! And Rohan is generally happy and cuddly and super expressive, but when he’s sad he makes it known. Let’s just say that both boys have quite the set of lungs, and use them well! It’s so amazing to Greg and I how different our two boys are.
the aunty who helps me with the kids loves to sit on the floor (in true Indian fashion), and dhara loves it too, so all on the floor they go! dhara reading to the boys with her book upside down.