she can walk

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  1. Rumble02

    Rumble02 Radicon of Obliticons

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    Hey all, so i come home yesterday and when i walk in the door my daughter is standing there upright not holding anything with my wife smiling behind her and she starts walking to me in little baby steps. almost made it to me before sitting on her rump. IM A HAPPY DADDY
     
  2. pscoop

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    Watch out!! My son recently went from walking to climbing which usually leads to falling. It is cool when they first start walking, amazing.

    Congrats.
     
  3. Gen. Magnus

    Gen. Magnus Everything is Awesome

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    It's not long from walking to running. Watch out. :wink: 
     
  4. ams

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    That's awesome, congrats!

    By freak chance I happened to have the camera rolling when my daughter took her first steps. I've got it on tape!
     
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    Omegatron Mandatory Fun. Buy it now TFW2005 Supporter

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    Nice! Soon she'll be running around, and getting into more trouble than you thought possible. The more they learn, the more trouble they find! :) 

    -Tony!
     
  6. Chaos Muffin

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    That's too cool. Soon you'll be hearing little footsteps running around, getting into trouble :lol 

    Mine can stand up for a minute , and quick to get on her feet, but she still needs something to hold onto when she walks.
    Her crawling is like turbo though, turn around for a second and shes' gone
     
  7. SunDown

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    my little girl just turned 2 but man I can tell ya, the walking phase is really cool and funny. Mine wouldnt walk in certian shoes, she would flat refuse to. She wouldnt walk in grass or the sand (which I can understand). There is nothing more funny to watch than a kid running. That diaper sure slows em way down! Next stage is talking which is way cool to but even better is when they want to sing on thier own. very cool............for the first 30 min.
     
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    So is that old 'terrible two's " saying true?

    Im fearing those days :lol 
     
  9. SunDown

    SunDown Fatty McFatFat

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    well pretty much yeah. She lays on the floor screaming, when that starts, I walk away. My wife kind of does the same thing. The two's have started, but with the bad comes the good too. Its a trade off. I travel during the week generally and I get to talk to her on the phone. we have basic conversations like her telling me that she sang and what she is going to eat tonight and she'll say I love you and miss you all on her own. so that part is way cool. She is more independant now which is also nice, she entertains herself with colors and her books. Though she thinks her car that she straddles and rides around the house, can go down the carpeted seven stair flight into the basement. She made that trip once on the car when mommy was not home and I was "on the watch". Yep, no nookie that night.

    It sounds so cliche but whats really amazing is how quickly they learn things, actions, words, anything and everything.

    Driving down the road the other day I was speeding and there was a cop shooting radar, my dector started going off. without thinking I exclaimed, "Crap, 5-0!" Well thankfully she overlooked the crap part but she picked up the 5-0 part. So now every time my detector goes off she's in the back exclaiming, "5-0 daddy, 5-0 mommy"........which is kind of funny to me but there was no nookie that night either....
     
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    Actually I think it's the terrible three's. I'm telling ya, I have two nephews at that age and they are quite a pain. When they were both two, no problem. Cute as hell.

    Rumble, that's great to hear! But watch out! She'll start running soon! ;) 
     
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    Awwww.... that's so damn cute!
     
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    awesome man! mine's 2. we can't stop her, she runs all over the house w/mommy and daddy not far behind. i think she took her first steps around 9mo's and she is like a pro at it now. in fact she has some little high heel shoes that when she wears them she likes to pick up her toes and walk on nothing but the heels!

    cute! only my little girl picked up another word.....my wife droped something one day and said, "oh, Shit!" next thing we hear is. "SIT! SIT!" needless to say my wife hasn't made that mistake anymore, lol.
    although she has picked up one thing from daddy that we try not to let her do also.....we are potty training and she saw daddy standing up to pee and now she tries to do the same, lol
     
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    Ahh one step closer to getting a job... :D 
     
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    Congrats.
     
  15. Rumble02

    Rumble02 Radicon of Obliticons

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    woot
     
  16. Drake

    Drake Smooth Is Smooth Baby

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    Congrats! Now it's time to start putting things up out of reach.
     
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    We opted not to go that route with our daughter (15 months), as we were worried about her behavior at other people's non-babyproofed homes.

    Everything on the coffee and end tables, as well as the entertainment center is off limits, and while it took some extra effort to get her there, she doesn't touch anything she shouldn't anymore. Now when we go to a relative or friend's house, she knows not to touch things in any of those places.

    I knew my characteristics were rubbing off on her when we had a bunch of people over and she started distributing coasters to everyone that had a drink. That's my girl!
    :D 
     
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    Drake Smooth Is Smooth Baby

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    Good job! :) 
     
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    Nice training job there, ams. But, that means she's only one step away from pulling up a coaster and shot of jag for herself :D 

    My one year old nephew recently started walking, and his single worst habit is putting the death grip on people and pets...little dude can inflict some pain. Luckily, the Welsh Corgi that typically receives the brunt of the violence is so laid-back that he seems barely conscious most of the time...the rest of the kids used to ride him like a motorcycle and use his ears as the handlebars and twist throttle.
     
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    Aww that's just adorable! :)  And ams, good strategy! :thumb 

    I can't wait to have kids of my own just to see those precious moments.
     

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