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    Talking And He's Off...

    Just had a text and a Video off my partner showing Daniel walking halfway down the living room !

    Yay!

    Though apparently he's a lot faster already and even harder to catch!!

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    Bet you are well chuffed. Have a

    How old is the little fella?

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    Well chuffed - as is Hayley

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    Millie is 16months and it only gets better

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    Congrats to all three of you

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    Now hes walking you will be looking forward to him picking things up and running of with them plus pulling things like table cloths off.

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    Congratulations!

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    @FN - he's been doing that for months!!

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    I remember when my brother was younger he always used to run off with the sky card then sky would stop working. He always seemed to do it when something decent was on as well.

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    We never did find the TV remote when my daughter was going through her "posting" phase aged about 18 months. I suspect it got posted in the kitchen swing bin. I was regularly rescuing clothes pegs and toys from there!

    It is lovely when they start walking... but there are days when you yearn for when you could leave them lying on a mat on the floor with some toys and they'd still be there 2 minutes later!

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    I'm sat here smiling full of memories.

    It's lovely seeing them take those first steps and buying the first pair of shoes.

    Time to put those ornaments away - you should be able to put them back in ooh about 15 years or so!

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    I don't know about that! I think there might be a short period when they are about 8 or 9 when you can put the ornaments back, but then they get very big and clumsy and have lots of similar friends! (well if it is a boy, that is)
    My hall tends to be full of very large trainers belonging to all sorts of people that don't live here

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    Quote Originally Posted by witch View Post
    I don't know about that! I think there might be a short period when they are about 8 or 9 when you can put the ornaments back, but then they get very big and clumsy and have lots of similar friends! (well if it is a boy, that is)
    My hall tends to be full of very large trainers belonging to all sorts of people that don't live here

    @witch - remember the days when one visit to the supermarket would last the week?

    I'm struggling too... !

    Sometimes, I think it would be easier if we moved into Asda, surely my son couldn't manage to leave me with no food then!

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    "What's for tea" followed by "What can I have now?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrbb View Post
    "What's for tea" followed by "What can I have now?"
    Yes to the first; the second question only occurs when he's emptied the cupboards of the easy finds

    Last Friday, it was "I had 2 lunches at school today... fish and chips and then pasta. Then I had sponge pudding & custard" Needless to say, he still ate everything in sight when he got home!

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