Usually, my day is almost over after dinner. Dishes washed and it is almost sleeping time. This is the time for cuddling, kids can play for a while before drinking milk and brushing teeth. My husband and I always enjoy watching them. We say to each other that Kirsten is our last baby. This is the last time we are watching a beautiful 2 year old baby. They grow up really fast! My boy is turning 7 this year. Often times I have flashbacks of my son’s birthday through the years. First year, party held in our house. Second birthday at the park. Third birthday when we gave him all Disney cars die cast collections. Fourth birthday was little get together with some friends (McDonalds, Chuckecheese),Fifth birthday was spent in Discovery Cube Orange County. Sixth birthday had a little party at our new home. And I intend to remember each birthfday of my kids throughout the years. I know I may have lapse of memory someday, but I believe the heart will never forget. It will always remember. So right now, we cherish. It is that moment when you stare at your little ones’ faces that make long lasting memories for the heart. I barely recall how my son looks like when he was 2 like his sister, but the feelings at those moments are still so vivid. I know the feeling at each stage or milestone of their lives. From the time I first met them (had c-sections for both) until the present. No matter how it can get exhausting as a stay at home mother, I know this moment will only be here now. I do not want to miss a thing. I will treasure each memory in my heart.