Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Being 8 is great!..months that is

Today Henry is 8 months old. I cannot believe how quickly he is growing up. Things are starting to look up for Henry at this point: He is eating solids, plays independently very well, crawls like a maniac and is really getting into a good eating time and nap time routine. Needless to say I am quite happy about all of this. Still haven't managed to get him out of our bed though. Sigh. Some day.

If you're thinking, "well see, he's finally mellowing out, Deborah!" Oh boy is that false. =) This little guy has no concept of slowing down it seems. I was a little nervous about him crawling but for the most part it has been great because he can get to where he wants and is not as annoyed with being in one place etc. However, after taking him to my visiting teacher's house on Friday to be babysat and having him see her little 14 month old girl walking around, Henry has decided crawling isn't cutting it anymore. Though he has been pulling himself up on things and moving along the couch and whatnot for quite awhile, he didn't show any interest in 'free standing' until this past Friday. Now he wants us not to set him down on his bum or to crawl but standing up and then he either goes down quickly onto his bum or slowly squats down. He's gotten himself up without pulling on anything a couple of times but mostly its pulling himself up and then letting ago. I guess it's nice that he is so motivated to move around but I definitely won't mind if the next little one wants to take it at a more mellow/calm pace.

He loooves pushing his table around the house.

Happy 8 months Henry!


The comstocks said...

uh oh it sounds like he is going to be an early walker. good luck with that! he is really cute by the way!

Megan said...

Oh he is just so cute cute cute!!!! What an adorable smile he has - I so wish I could give him a snuggle. He is still in your bed, huh? I know it can be a pain, but it is nice to have that little body to snuggle with. *smile*

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