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Wednesday, November 16, 2011


This week has been a big one for milestones: Little M is exploding with the things he does. He plays peek-a-boo with me by holding my hands and putting them over my eyes, then peeling them off and peeking in at me. He says "throw!" and throws his toys. (Ok, he actually says something that sounds more like "oh!"--but still. Pretty cute.) His favorite activity lately is putting toys into containers. And he understands what I tell him. If I tell him to do something, he usually does it. The kid is practically walking, and it's not right--newborns aren't supposed to walk!

Oh, right. He's not a newborn anymore. How did that happen?

He can keep up with his brother, and wants to play with whatever toys Baby T is playing with (or eat whatever food Baby T is eating). He recently discovered Baby T's construction hat:

Baby T is also exploding with his language, play, and concepts. He tells me stories now about what happens at daycare. Yesterday he told me that one boy wouldn't get a toy truck because he whined. He is very into imaginary play, and it's so much fun to stand back and watch him move his little people and his cars around and have them talk to each other.

I wrote this post about kids in the kitchen last week as part of the Carnival of Natural Parenting, and the kitchen activities never stop. At dinner this week, batman was apparently rescuing someone deep in the mashed potatoes:

He is also very into his daddy right now. I snapped this picture the other day when we were relaxing after dinner:

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I Thought I Knew Mama said... Best Blogger Tips

What fun stages! They never cease to blow our minds, right?

Lauren @ Hobo Mama said... Best Blogger Tips

Hee — the Batman pic.

I love watching the littles make these leaps of development. It makes every day such an adventure as you wait to see what they'll start doing next!

Heather said... Best Blogger Tips

Such a cute picture of your husband and son. Adorable.

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Cinthya said... Best Blogger Tips

Awww. He's so sweet!

If you have a chance I would like for you to link to my new linky party.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi! I nominated you for the Tell Me About Yourself Award. Stop on by to pick up the button :-)

I've only recently discovered your blog and I am looking forward to finding the time to read through your archives.

African Babies Don't Cry said... Best Blogger Tips

So so cute :)

Visiting from Natural Parents Network!

Nev said... Best Blogger Tips

Bwahahahaha at the Batman photo! :D That's so gonna go on Pinterest. ;p

Lovely pics :)


Secret Mom Thoughts said... Best Blogger Tips

Cute shots of the boys. The batman shot is too funny.

teresa said... Best Blogger Tips

I LOVE your children's faces. Some kids just have something that shows through from the very beginning.
Of this group of photos, my favorite has to be Batman... that's perfect.

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