girl i got 10 month old twin BOYS!! I am in for it. right now they crawl at the speed of light!! super fast babys and they stand and are trying to climb up things and lately they have been walking while holding on to things. i just looked over at them and they are both trying to climb int the same walker. haha.View Thread
She's just learning how to try and sit up, my kids would try to do that but they are big boys right now they are 10 months old, but when they were younger they would try to sit up. and she could just be curious of what she can do and of what is around her.View Thread
I have 10 month old twin boys. and they have just about 6 teeth with atleast another if not two more coming in. The older one Jayson seems to be behind the second Jayden. Im not sure why but Jayden does more things then Jayson. But your son will get teeth sooner or later. My friends daughter was born 10 weeks early and will be 10 month on 6/25 and still doesnt have any teeth. so if he was born early that could be another reason. except in my case where the twins were 5 weeks early and got teeth prob. like 2 or 3 months ago.View Thread
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