Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Moral Support

I'm not one to tattle, but Louisa is quite a crier. She is especially sad when she's in her carseat and the car is not moving.
But lucky for her, she's got a helpful brother sitting next to her. He finds her pacifier for her when she spits it out. Or, if that can't be found, he'll offer her a hand.

5 comments:

sarah said...

Very sweet.

I'm sure he would let her make pillow hats and never say she was like a flap on a truck because her mouth never stopped moving.

Janiece said...

How that picture speaks for itself. It's wonderful!

Bethany said...

Woah, who said that? I don't think I've ever heard that before! LOLOLOLOL

Julie said...

Oh girl. I'm so sorry about the crying.

It brings back my own memories of the nightmarish weeks (ok, months) after Amelie was born. She wouldn't sleep. Wouldn't nurse. Wouldn't gain weight. Puked up everything. Etc, etc.

And now, she is the happiest, most content baby I know. I'm praying the same for sweet Louisa!

Jen said...

Oh my goodness, I'm so sorry to hear she's a rough rider. :0) Elaina was like that for about 2 months when she was born. She would scream until we got above 50 mph. It became somewhat of a running joke after a while. What a sweet brother to look after his sister like that.