Wednesday, 18 February 2009

New, improved - now fully bi-pedal!

And loving it! Walking makes him so darned happy he just can't stop going round and round in circles. (Really, we ought to take him out a bit more...)

38 comments:

  1. Now you'll never find him where you left him!

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  2. I love the toddling stage - so cute.

    :-)

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  3. That was just great!

    Daughter's comment: Awwwww!

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  4. Exactly like eldest beautiful daughter after 2 bacardi breezers !

    enjoy, they grow up too fast

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  5. Wonderful. I loved the way he held his arms up so that there was no suggestion of holding on to anything, and then the ending was brilliant. Sure you didn't rehearse that all morning?

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  6. Now you're in for it! hee hee hee! That tugged at my heartstrings:) I miss those days!

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  7. Totally with you on this. Our little boy now chases us out of the house in the morning just so he can "walk to the car". you'd think he'd invented it... which, to a degree, he has.

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  8. Toddler circuit training, brilliant.

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  9. Ring aring of roses
    a pocketful of poises
    atishoo, atishoo
    all fall down

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  10. What a lovely little treasure! And walking hazard now! I remember having the same fireplace "cage" when my daughter was a toddler. Only she was constantly trying to climb over it! I bet you're having tons of fun with him. All the best. Ciao. A.

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  11. adorable! your life will never be the same:)

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  12. I know, I know... he'll be running, next. Then talking. He's already good at disappearing, Jinksy. Now you see him, now you don't. I sometimes think we should have an enormous version of the fireguard, Antonella - surrounding the entire house!

    All I've got to do, SPD, is fit some kind of tread mill in the floor and he could generate electricity. That would off-set a bit of carbon, except for the bit where he falls down (unrehearsed, I can assure you, Z!).

    He certainly thinks he's the first to do it, Steve! Very proud of himself he is, too. And all without the assistance of alcohol, AG. Honest!

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  13. Lovely post, D. It really is a wonderful milestone. But can't help giggling. Thinking about that prison in Midnight Express where they all walk round one way. Except Billy Hayes who walks the other. Will Charlie break these rules do you think? xxxx

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  14. Awwww, I remember that stage! Is he sleeping well too? My two tired themselves out good and proper when they first started walking. x

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  15. Now he'll be able to find lots more things to rearrange around your home! He'll be climbing up on the chairs next...

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  16. Attach a lawnmower to him and let him loose in the garden (or the park).

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  17. Oh, I get the feeling he's a rule-breaker Jenny, that's for sure!

    Yes, he's tiring himself out Kitty. Trouble is, he's also tiring me out!

    What an excellent idea, Gadjo. I could hire him out to the council to help with their carbon-reduction programme.

    All furniture will soon be bolted down, Steve, rather in the manner of a cruise ship. It's the only way.

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  18. Guess that means - move the ornaments!!

    CJ xx

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  19. I, too, just seem to go round and round in circles. Perhaps Charlie and I have a lot in common!

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  20. Awwww!!!! Well done!!!! Very cute - I love the 'More Brains' zombie arms, Charlie had those for ages!

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  21. It looks lovely, Halo, but as CJ indicates, it adds an entirely new dimension to pretty well everything - cups, ornaments, bottles, tv remotes, even pictures!

    I know the feeling, Catherine. But unlike you or I, Charlie seems to like it.

    Absolutely, Sparx. He walks like a mini-Frankenstein at times.

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  22. Aahh! Bless, bless, bless. You might want to think about carpet tiles for when he wears out the track around the coffee table!

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  23. Bless him! Doesn't that make him dizzy? Great t-shirt by the way!

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  24. That's fab! Great music too accompany it too. He looks like he is having to concentrate hard :)

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  25. A whole new world has just opened up for him! Yay! I remember when my Little One started walking on her own. It seems like such a short time ago. Now she's five and I've only just come to the realization that her toddlerhood is officially over and that she is a full fledged kid. It happened so fast.

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  26. We're having lanes marked out, Expat. The carpet's green; he's starting 2012 training early.

    That t-shirt is soooo appropriate, Rosie, I can assure you.

    Malcolm Arnold, Sub - polka from his ballet music, Solitaire. And yes, very appropriate!

    Too fast, Sugar. I can't believe a year had gone already.

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  27. That's exactly how my life is! Especially falling on my bum at the end. Brilliant!

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  28. No doubt about it- he is adorable

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  29. No doubt about it- he is adorable

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  30. Just adorable. :-) It made me think there's some things they don't grow out of, though; activities just morph slightly as they get older. My youngest (he's 14 now) walks round and round the kitchen when he gets in from school and always has done. Must be practicing for the age of intoxication.

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  31. That is just adorable. And the music you added was hilarious too - or is that what you listen to at home??

    Your book arrived today Tim. I am excited. Won't be reading it straight away as I've just finished White Tiger and assume there may be discussions at Mummy Blogger HQ, but it's there, waiting, all shiny and new. :D

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  32. Aw. Lovely.

    And now the fun really begins!

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