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chocake2 replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 6:16 PM | Locked

Barbara:
he will probably walk early.  My boy was walking at 8 mons

 NOO-O-O-Oooo!!!!!!!

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chocake2 replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 6:17 PM | Locked

Forgive me for sharing This. It's too good not to pass on:

http://webstore.quiltropolis.net/stores_app/Browse_dept_items.asp?store_id=821&page_id=17&categ_id=288

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Angele replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 6:29 PM | Locked

Sukochi, you are looking good!  It is so nice to finally be able to put a face to the name.  You have a nice glow on your face.  Healthier, more energy...what more can you ask for? Besides more fabric...

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Marie replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 6:34 PM | Locked

chocake2:
I'm blown away. 6 months old seems too young to be doing that!

OMG, I'm feeling like a proud gramma right now!  That is early CC but you know what he's just a genius!

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Ginny replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 6:53 PM | Locked

CC,  there will be NO rest now for a busy Mom.  Sprouts tricks are  little early. anyway the pulling himself to a standing position.  I would be in awe of him had I seen it.   You go there, little man.   Ginny

 

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Sukochi replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 7:19 PM | Locked

I used to hear that babies who walk too soon are bowlegged. Is that true?

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chocake2 replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 7:40 PM | Locked

Ginny:
CC,  there will be NO rest now for a busy Mom.

 There was no rest before. LOL

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MNnancy replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 7:52 PM | Locked

Mimi:
Got to get organized for the kitchen remodeling starting in January.  I'll have to take before and after pictures.  We've decided no Christmas presents this year.  We're saving for the extras we're (I'm :c) ) going to want after the kitchen is finished.

Oh yes, before and after pictures are a must and post them here, please.  Kitchen make-overs are so fun (and so expensive!).


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MNnancy replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 8:02 PM | Locked

chocake2:

Barbara:
he will probably walk early.  My boy was walking at 8 mons

 NOO-O-O-Oooo!!!!!!!

Oh, there goes your sewing and bead working time.  Sprout is on the run!

 


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Ginny replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 8:13 PM | Locked

That's what YOU thought.   Been there, done that but with 2 of them 1 year apart.    Ginny

 

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Ginny replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 8:18 PM | Locked

Sukochi,  phooey no.  Has nothing to do with it.   Mine were all up and walking around furniture early.  They y all, but 1 of them starting walking between 9-10 months.  The other one though she would be a baby longer and starte walking unaided at 1, though she had been walking around furniture since 10 months.  Even stood alone for long, long periods-just woudn't walk without holding a hand.   Ginny

 

 

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nantenn replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 8:29 PM | Locked

In my experience that is not true. My youngest walked at 9 mos and climbed banister railing at 9 1/2 mos,

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Sukochi replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 8:38 PM | Locked

I have no experience with raising babies. Mine was 14 mo. old and came with instructions. I was just going by an old wives tale, I guess. I remember, every time my grandmother would see a child with bowed legs, she would say they walked to early. You learn something new everyday. 

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Barbara replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 9:19 PM | Locked

Sukochi, most kids with bow legs are born that way. I ve seen several little one like that.

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chocake2 replied on Wed, Nov 21 2012 9:54 PM | Locked

Barbara:

Sukochi, most kids with bow legs are born that way. I ve seen several little one like that.

 DH has very bowed legs. He walked young but his momma blaims his deformity (?) on his having rickets as a child. Heck, I don't even know what ricketsare! something like lice perhaps?? LOL

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