Dearest Kyra Mae,
Well, Baby Girl, we've made it through the first two months. It's hard to believe, and remember, sometimes you've only been here two months. It just seems like you've always been. Like we have always been a family of four.
You and I have struggled a bit but we continue to learn each other day by day. Unfortunately, my hormones got all out of whack and I wound up with postpartum depression. It made me, and some days still does, a little distant from you. I am so sorry for that. Even in my distance I want you to know how much I love you. You made our family whole.
We are all slowly but surely adjusting to our new roles and new norms. You actually make it pretty easy to be a mommy of two. You have a sweet and patient nature about you that just takes the chaos and allows it to roll off your back like it's nothing. You are so alert and observant! You basically came out of the womb with your eyes open, holding your head up ready to conquer the world. As sweet natured as you are I think you will be a force to be reckoned with. Watch out world, here comes Kyra!
The way you are with your sister makes my heart smile. You watch her like she is the best thing since a clean diaper and you talk to her like she's your best friend already. She loves you so much. She loves holding your hand in the car and tells me if she thinks you need something. Anything. You tolerate her sometimes overabundance of love with a gummy smile. Although, you aren't above telling her when you've had enough but that isn't very often.
I can't wait to see whats in store for you as you grow up. There are so many things I want for you to know and see and do. I can only pray I will be a mommy who is capable of showing you and teaching you. I know without a doubt that I will at least be a mommy who loves you no matter what. Postpartum depression be damned.
Forever and Always,