I have an almost 10 month old and he is saying mama, baba and shakes his head no-its the cutest thing!! we are trying to teach him to walk. he really wants to walk and does great holding on to our finger. he just gets too excited and cant balance his self to actually walk. he has taken a step here and there and will be holding on to the table, let go, turn around and step to the TV. Most kids that I know started walking shortly after their 1st birthday. Your little guy is right on track View Thread
I do give him baths at night. I did help when I first started doing it, but now, he is back to getting up and wanting a bottle, or to be re-positioned. Im currently 7 months preg. with my 2nd and having no sleep is really killing me!!! i just hope it stops before his sister is here!!View Thread
My soon to be 9 month old son doesn't sleep like a 'normal' baby. He tosses and turns all night. He gets into to these weird positions and then wines/cries to be straighten out. He does this ALL night; to the point where I have to bring him into my bed so I don't have to keep getting up and readjusting him so I can try to get some sleep for work the next day (he sometimes sleeps better with me - but still tosses and turns allot)....what might the problem be? any one else dealing with this? if it wasn't for this issue, he'd sleep all night just fine...View Thread
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