And then there were two.

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I have to admit, adjusting to two hasn’t been too bad…yet!  The first week we had Hazel home was rough on me, but we have been smooth sailing ever since.  I think the age difference between the girls is definitely working in my favor here.  Lydia loves to help me out.  Grabs diapers, throws them away, distracts her when she is starting to get fussy, and helps put her binky in when it falls out.  I have to remind her to sanitize her hands all the time, but not bad for a three year old right?

I couldn’t be happier spending my days with our girls.  It seems Hazel has the same happy temperament as a baby like Lydia did.  She does have a scream she shows me occasionally that scares me for the future, but other than that, Hazel is a sweetheart.

And even though Lydia adores her little sister, taking pictures with her can be a drag.
 photo May12013_KaraSimmons_26_zps4fddc71c.jpgCan’t you hear her saying, “Enough Mama.  Enough.” 😉

 

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