But I do remember their chubby toes that were, and still are, incredibly ticklish.
I don't remember when they stopped needing me to carry them everywhere and started walking on their own two feet.
(Photo by Details Photography Studio)
But I do remember their weight on my hip, their soft heads as I leaned in to plant a kiss on their silky hair.
I don't remember when they stopped wanting to read "Guess How Much I Love You" and started wanting Robert Munsch books.
But I do remember telling them that I loved them right up to the moon and back.
I don't remember when they stopped playing with Fisher Price toys and started playing superheroes.
But I do remember watching as they began to see each other as a playmate.
But I do remember how it feels each and every time I hear that special title that will always be the most important one bestowed upon me: Mommy.
I don't remember every moment.
But I do remember the most important ones.