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My poor babies...they are pulling up on everything, trying to climb, and they are still pretty unsteady. They have bruises everywhere!! We took the coffee table out of the living room so they have more space without obstacles, but they still seem to find ways to bang themselves up.
Anyone else's baby look like they have been in a boxing match? I feel like I should buy them helmets and knee and elbow pads
Melissa & DH
IVF babies Claire (5), Abigail (3) and George (3)
Emma has been doing the same thing. My one year old grandson's legs and knees look like shredded wheat from falling outside. We try to keep her on the carpet areas but Emma doesnt want to so we are going to buy a much bigger area rug for the other side of our living room.
Sonja, mommy to 6 girls & 4 boys
And baby # 11 (GIRL) due Oct 9, 2014
And 4 beautiful grandbabies
Luyando has been army crawling for a while but she hasn't started getting banged up yet. She always has a goal in sight e.g. reach the tubes to mommy's pumping machine and chew them. Once she has whatever it is in her mouth she is no longer interested in moving. Of course this could change once she learns the more efficient way to crawl. It is cute to see her get into the "real" crawling position, rock back and forth, and then go flat and start army crawling. I'm like, really? Hoping she'll brave it and do the real crawling soon; 6 weeks of army crawling is getting old