My DD is almost 1 and recently started pointing. I know it's a small thing but it's so cute and I'm so excited - I love when she learns something new!
She's also getting really fast at tracking around furniture and has stood without holding on for a few seconds a couple of times.
It's amazig how much pride and excitement I feel when she achieves something, regardless of how small it is!
I'd run in and hug her now except she's sleeping so badly lately and we're working to a "your break it, you bought it" policy!!
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21-07-2012 20:52 #41
23-07-2012 08:23 #42
DD has started making all sorts of bizarre new noises which is cute but the best thing is watching her walk more and more each day and standing very still. Shes 10 months old and suprises me everyday.
23-07-2012 12:56 #43
My 19 month old surprised me last night when she sang some of the words to the Playschool song
"Open wide, come inside, it's 'play coooool'"
So darn cute!
23-07-2012 13:21 #44
Haydey is 2.5 and knows all his numbers, letters, colours, shapes. Can spell out any word and recognises his own name written down. He knows the words to all the songs he hears on the radio and tv and sings along to everything.
Mikayla turns 1 in 2 days time!!!!! and she's been walking for 3 months already. She's so coordinated and clever, she absolutely amazes me. She gets up on her little rocking horse and STANDS on it and lets go with her hands like she's a little gymnast.
Mostly I'm just proud of who they are. They are well behaved, confident, clever, happy, brave, sweet, and they make me smile every single day
23-07-2012 13:24 #45
DD got second class honours in ALL her uni subjects...
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23-07-2012 13:58 #46
DD got lead in her Jazz and Hip Hop dances for this years concert, 5 years of dancing and a fantastic teacher has finally paid off 😊
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23-07-2012 15:11 #47
My son who's 5 in November was shopping with me the other day. We were at the bakery and a girl aged about 10 was next to us placing her order. My son said "Mummy, why is that little girl at the shops all alone?". Now, this might not be much to most, but my son has Aspergers and is usually not concerned with much else other than Lego (his favourite topic) so for him to notice that the girl was on her own and for him to be concerned about her being alone without parents was a huge thing! :-)
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