“You WILL love them the same, despite your fear. Your heart doesn’t split, it doubles in size.” -Kerry De Roque Guice
“When outnumbered, switch to a zone defense.” -Lisa Chu Biakanja
“Take time with the first child. We did dates. I would take my son for walks or out on his bike, just the two of us. We had lots of fun. Then my husband would do the same on another night. We each got our one-on-one time with both of them. Take time for yourself, too!” -Grace Saunders
“You can learn many things from children. How much patience you have, for instance.” -Franklin P. Jones
“I love kids, but they are a tough audience.” -Robin Williams
“There are no seven wonders of the world in the eyes of a child. There are seven million.” -Walt Streightiff
“Babies are always more trouble than you thought and more wonderful.” -Charles Osgood
I think the idea of going from one child to two was more overwhelming for me than the idea of the first child. I knew how to take care of a baby, I knew what to expect for the delivery, I knew that I would be exhausted, and I was prepared for the breastfeeding this time around. We had our schedule. We had our way of doing things. We knew what worked, for one child. How was I going to change my schedule to make it more productive and make room for another child? My emotions were also all over the place. The rational part of my brain knew that I would have enough love for both of my boys, but I worried that Nikola wouldn’t feel as loved or as special has he had felt for the last 2 years. Keep On Reading!