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#811 of 822 Old 02-01-2007, 10:08 AM
 
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Morning everyone. Please bare with me as i'm still trying to learn who all of you are and what's going on in your respective lives. lol

For those of you who have not started solids yet, when do you plan to?

Anyone's babies crawling yet?

I cannot believe it has been almost 7 months since I had my DD. Addison can't crawl yet but she's getting there. She can turn herself around in a split second and roll anywhere. hehe She is starting to get up on all fours but not quite sure what to do from there.

Anyway, hope everyone has a great day.
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#812 of 822 Old 02-01-2007, 12:03 PM
 
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I think someone is crawling...can't remember who...want to say jjoy or sunshinestarr ? Can't remember...I mean, their babies...

We are suuuper close to crawlville ourselves. Amara sits up well and does the forward onto hands balancing on feet thing for a long time.

Jus, you made me laugh already this morning. I shared the headbanging with Viet, who also laughed.

Intense, intense days around here, but today has dawned well. 2.5 yo sleep issues, to be specific.
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Quagmire, awesome on the signing! That is very very cool. When Ethan wants to nurse he just bangs his head into my chest repeatedly.
here too!

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sarenka's dd is crawling. and i think a couple more are scooting?

my ds wants to know, "why? why bother moving when you can simply sit on the floor and have people bring you whatever your heart desires?"

professor & maman de DS1 (6) & DS2 (1)

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Addison will sit up if I put her there but she still falls over alot. She's getting better about balance but we still have to sit with her just in case. Is it normal that she's not sitting on her own completely yet?

Even though I have a 4 year old son, i've never experienced this age before. I deployed when my son was 4 1/2 months old, I was in the Army, and came back when he was almost 9 months old. So I really have no clue what Addison should be doing.
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Hey, there Jessica #3. Yup. There were two already here! If you're ever unsure of what seems like an "inside joke" ... just ask and we'll be more than happy to clue you in!

No crawling here, but then my babe is one of the younger ones of the group. Due at the end of July, but she procrastinated. It was too cozy and she decided to be a mid-August baby. But thankfully they still let me play

Elsanne, intense is exactly the word for it. I'm snowed in with a 5 yo who wants nothing but to play in the freezing weather, a 2 yo who wants to constantly take the baby's toys, and a 5 mo who's latest developmental milestone is crying when I leave the room or when someone else holds her. She tolerates dh a little longer than strangers (to her). But eventually she realizes I am no longer holding her.

Congrats on the signing! I need to do it more with dd2.
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Tanya, we got the same snow and ice storm you did! This is the most snow I've seen in my 4 years here. Of course, it's not much compared to the feet of snow I got growing up in Michigan.

As for what the babes "should" be doing ... it varies so much at this stage. DS can't roll yet (I don't think he ever will! He'll go directly in to the crawling stage), but he can sit like a champ ... 30 minutes at a stretch. I don't know how he is in the crawling department because if he isn't sitting, he screams until he's put in to a sitting position.

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Is today over yet?
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my ds wants to know, "why? why bother moving when you can simply sit on the floor and have people bring you whatever your heart desires?"
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As for what the babes "should" be doing ... it varies so much at this stage. DS can't roll yet (I don't think he ever will! He'll go directly in to the crawling stage), but he can sit like a champ ... 30 minutes at a stretch. I don't know how he is in the crawling department because if he isn't sitting, he screams until he's put in to a sitting position.
These describe dd3 to perfection.

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Is today over yet?
:guh I hope it gets better with the naps.

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I started a new thread for Feb. here's the link:

http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=607768

Laura, Troy, Seth 6.24.06 , and Aaron 7.13.09
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nak - ing here

haven't time to quote but just type a few snippets!!

Cerys has rolled a few times both ways but she'll only do it if there is really truly something she can't have and she wants it (ie marbles, small toy cars etc etc ) She is a very laid back baby and my easiest yet!! (I ordered an easy one )

No crawling or anything much. It's funny if she was my first I"d be worried -she's not that mobile but truly they are all so different. I'm just enjoying her laid-back ness.

I have a million things to do here (civil union is tommorrow

hey just a quick note made a great discovery ................... molded maternity bras!!! I have just realised what they are for - so that my big *meaty* breastfeeding nipples don't show through tops I LOVE THEM!!!! How did I miss this invention

ok gotta go...............will post pics after the event
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I'm so lost in this thread! The kids have been sick and then it was my turn to be sick. We're better now, so I'm back. Witt, I'll be thinking of you tomorrow. I hope you have a beautiful day! :

Quag, that's cool about the signing.

to all. Gotta go, Logan is frantically trying to type here!
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