Monday, November 03, 2008

My Own, Personal Sob Fest

Maybe it would be easier if I knew there'd be more kids. Maybe this is hard for any mother, but the thought of my baby turning four is so sad to me.
Pardon the cheese factor, the cliche' music, the nearly impossible length, the momentary spots that blackout, the out of order frames, the lack of title and the pictures that are cropped all wrong. This was my first shot at movie making.

I need to go now and sob some more. Thanks for watching.


Laura said...

Awww! I was tearing up watching Noah grow up before my eyes. I can't imagine the effect that it's had on you. He's grown up into such of a smart, sweet and funny little guy. You've done a great job momma!
I cannot believe that he's 4, time has flown!

Judy said...

Aw, that is TOTALLY sweet, Lauren. I have goosebumps from watching that!

Brianne said...

Oh man that makes me feel so emotional I want to do two things:
cry so hard I blow snot bubbles, and also make one of those for my boys. So sweet!

Anonymous said...

This is so wonderful. Keep up the good work. What a precious gift for Noah. Loved it.
Mary Ellen

Twins-Plus-1 said...

OMG Lauren,

You are truly amazing.

'nuff said.

Love and miss you...

Kendra Lynn said...

Okay. I don't really cry easily, but that made me want to! I did cry when Kelsey turned four, as well. It was such a BIG difference from 3!
Noah is beautiful...just like his mommy...and YOU are a wonderful mommy!
I love you, my friend.


Heidi said...

Dude. It IS hard. Max is like a little man now, and Sam is right behind him. We gave them a great gift yesterday though -- hope for a better future. Peace.

RY said...

I loved it! What a sweet and lovely video. I can't believe Noah is four.