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London is really getting a hang of the "inchworm crawl." I've noticed lately that she is actually figuring out how to get herself to effectively move in the right direction, even if it does take her a while lol. I think it might be time to baby proof the house. This video clip isn't the best she has done (I think she was a little tired of it by this point and she gets distracted in the middle) but it kinda gets the point across. Ignore the random sounds in the background- dh was watching something weird on tv lol. I just think she's too cute so of course I have to share! BTW, when do most babies learn to actually crawl?
Adorable! She's doing so well. I have read that crawling happens, on average, between 6 and 10 months. Based on how well London is doing I'd say she'll be on the low end of that average for sure... she's almost there now! Once she figures out how to coordinate the arms and legs she'll be all over the place.
Ahhh! That is soo cute! Amber isn't even really reaching for toys yet, still just hits at them and I think accidently grabs them. haha She is DEFINITLY gonna be on the move really soon! (more so than she already is I mean) haha
yeah I have to agree aside from my last one before Amber about 6-7m is when we started crawling here.
__________________ ~Charity - SAHM to 6 Monkeys and expecting #7!!