Little boy to his mom: (pointing to Baby G) "Look Mom! A baby!"
Mom back to boy: "I think that he is more of a toddler, honey, not a baby."
Me: (thinking) "Dang. She noticed. Bummer." (I may have said "Bummer" outloud under my breath.)
How did he get to be not a baby so fast? I want to bottle up his littleness because it is so fleeting.
Despite our disbelief that he has grown so large before our very eyes, we are seriously adoring this one-year-old phase. Surely it can't get any better (though that's what I thought when he was a newborn, when he was 6 months etc. etc. etc.).