Yesterday I got to spend the day with the new love in my life. He’s bald and has no teeth but his smile can light up a room. Our newest little darling is 3 months old. I want to just keep this moment in time as a treasure. I found myself saying to my husband “I love this age”. When my kids were little, I said that all the time. One of my friends pointed out that I said that I “loved this age” about every age my kids were . . . well . . . till they turned into teenagers. Thats a whole other story but even the teenage years have wonderful moments. Three months is so amazing. This little person has changed so much just since Christmas. He smiles, he laughs, babbles away as if he is holding a very important conversation with you and solving the problems of the world. His cousins are 4 and almost 7 and I love those ages as well. Four year olds are so open. I wish I could freeze my 4 year old grandson for a little while and just enjoy him. He’s so smart and so happy. Then there is the wonder and magic of my first grade angel. Our granddaughter is such a sweet good girl. It seems like yesterday that she was 3 months old. Where does the time go? There are all these sayings about “take time to smell the roses” and “enjoy the moment”. I think that this year my resolution should be to do just that. I have so many things to be happy about and grateful for. I’m going to let go of the angst enjoy all the moments. As my 4 year old grandson would say “that’s a good deal”!