Skylar and Daylan are 9 years apart and what is the best is that I am not sure either one of them realize this. They actually argue as though they are 11 and play as if they are 2. God had the plan of how many years they would be apart. I never understood it, but now I think I do a little bit more than before. Day and Sky bring out such great and not so great qualities in Jamie and I. At the end of the day we are a family. We may (or should I say me) not text book with nap schedules, tv in the room, the boys sleeping in our bed, cake for breakfast, so many practices and sporting activities for 1 child we need a color coded calendar and 2 grandpa's running as much as we do to get it done. However, I do know that at the end of the day , Day and Sky might think Ketchup is in food pyramid but they also know their dada and MOM love them more than anything in the whole world.
So as the leaves change colors and we look for a new home (we sold our house!!) we will try to -I'm sure-think of their needs first in a home!! With so many differences than my husband in almost everything, our boys needs coming first is always our 1st priority.