LulaRoe Nicole and LulaRoe Dot Dot Smile Mommy & Me Dresses | North Carolina Fashion Blogger (1)


  1. I completely know what you’re talking about! I have a 4-year-old daughter and a 3-month-old daughter. You love them both so much and want them to know that one isn’t more important than the other–that they’re both special and more precious to you than anything in the world! However, because they’re two completely different people and two very different ages (and stages), with different needs, it seems difficult to achieve at times and balance it all. Time literally needs to be carved out for the older child at this point because the baby is so dependent. I feel torn a lot of the time. I remind myself that it’s quality, not quantity that matters, so I make sure that I spend 5-10 minutes here and there playing or snuggling with my older daughter. Sometimes (a lot of the time, actually) I worry that because they’re the same gender, my older daughter feels like she’s being replaced…luckily that hasn’t been an issue. She loves her little sister. She talks to her, spends time with her and talks about all the things they’re going to do together when her sister’s able. Isn’t it funny how we sometimes worry about things more than we need to?

  2. I love this so much. She has got such a precious little grin! We’ve only got one little at home now and I think often about how special this time is. I’m an oldest and don’t really remember a time without my younger siblings – but now I know my mom does. I often think of how special this time is.

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