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January 03, 2012

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Kerry Clare

Congratulations. I'm thrilled for you. And everything is going to be okay. (I also love your description of the sibling dynamic, as I prepare to prepare for preparing for a fourth member for our family [maybe]. You make me feel like making it a less hypothetical idea.)

Happy New Year!

Kristin

Thanks, Kerry! Yeah, I'm not going to lie, having two (in the short run) is about a thousand times harder than one was. I understand preparing to prepare to prepare. But after that first year it is pretty wonderful. I have friends with three kids who tell me the hardest transition was between one and two, and going from two to three is easy, but I think that is just because they have already gone crazy and don't notice anymore.

anne nahm

Congratulations!

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