Sometimes I stop to think about the little things that Connor does, and it makes me sad to think that, in time, I will probably forget most of them.
Like how he's been a little parrot with his talking skills for a couple of months now, but he still won't say "I love you" no matter how hard we try.
Or how he's already trying to call me "mom" instead of "mommy."
Or the cute little way his bottom lip sticks out when he puckers up for a kiss.
Or that his first big owie was on his left foot, when he stepped on the screw outside.
Or how he will suck air in through his nose and squish up his face when he points at me, and how he knows that this is the fastest way to make me laugh when I'm getting frustrated.
Or that he loves riding in the car so much, he's learned how to buckle himself in, and so far, he's never tried to get out of his car seat while we're driving.
Or how he wants nothing more than to sit with me all day long. Knowing that this will be gone someday helps me get through the frustration of being attached to him from morning to night.
Or how often I forget to watch him when he has a drink and a bowl of food at the same time, because no matter what the meal is, he will pour the drink over his food like cereal and milk every time.
I never want to forget these things, but I know there are a thousand little things like it that I've already forgotten.