"Today I laid down to breastfeed my beautiful son, he fell asleep. As I went to get up he grabbed my finger and pulled it close to his body. To be this little persons comfort, this little humans warmth and love is challenging, to say the least. In nearly four months of lost sleep I gained an entirely new perspective on what is most important in this world, on what is most important to me. So I'll stay, ill stay the extra hour laying next to my son while he naps. I'll stay by his side when he needs my comfort and love, then stay nearby when he's old enough to explore this big, beautiful world on his own. The dishes in the sink and the pile of laundry will stay a lot longer than these moments will last. Soon there will be less cuddles and much more independence, one day you will hardly need me at all and I'll watch with teary eyes as you drive away and leave home. One day. But not now. For now I will lay here and hold you, my whole world, for just a little while longer."