Being a big brother

Being a big brother

James has been wonderful with Noah. Ever since he first saw him, James has loved Noah, and wants to talk to him, to tell him what he’s doing, and to show him things. James kisses Noah and tells him, “I love you” very often.


It’s a real pleasure to see how he is, because we, naturally, had a fear he wouldn’t like a new arrival who shares Mammy.

However, when Noah cries a little, James gets very worried, “He sad, Mammy. What matter, Noah? Don’t worry sweetheart” and so on. If he thinks it might be time for Noah to have some milk, my top gets lifted and Noah’s head gets pushed towards me.




  1. December 3, 2014 / 9:49 pm

    This is so sweet. I adore seeing my two get along, it means so much. I do like that he pushes up your top, too!

    • Lynette
      March 3, 2015 / 3:13 pm

      The pages in your son’s book are so great. I have a newborn too named Noah! Mine was born in January. I am rellay impressed with all that you are able to get done with not only a newborn but another little one too! I hope to get back working soon, but seeing you at it already is inspiring. :)Your boys are darling.

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