Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Crawling!

Maggie has been scooting around and doing a little "army crawl" for about a month now. She also got up on hands and knees to rock back and forth.  But until last night, she hadn't put two and two together.

Yesterday, I had a furlough day at work, so Maggie and I visited a friend in Tracy (hi Kelly!). Miss Margaret seemed a bit fussy, like she wanted something, but we couldn't figure out what it was.

Then, last night, she suddenly gets up on her hands and knees and cross-crawls! Like she's been doing it all her life!




She is so pleased with herself!

And Steve and I are looking around at our totally not babyproofed house ...

9 comments:

  1. She has got that down! Now the fun really begins. :-) We've been realizing that baby-proofing the second time around has got to be so much more difficult. Now that the older one is old enough for smaller toys, yet still too young to expect him to remember on his own to always keep them out of a baby's reach I expect we will be exhausted with the hypervigilance the situation will require!

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    1. Yes, there are all of the hazards of our house (which haven't changed), PLUS all of Joe's marbles and other choking hazards. Gah. Wish us luck!

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  2. So freakin cute! I remember that Jude crawled and pulled up to standing all on the same day, we were sooooo not ready!

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    1. Oh gosh! Maggie, honey, there's no hurry!! Take your time. :-)

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  3. Can crawl! Can get train! Can get... into all kinds of things, eek! (But so cute.)

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    1. Exactly - Suddenly Joe's toys are looking that much more appealing!

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  4. Hooray Miss Maggie! Gotta get that Thomas :-)

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  5. the squeal is so cute! like delight..I can do this now! watch out world here comes Maggie

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