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  1. I was the perfect mom, until I had kids.
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    No, no, no, no, no!!!!

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    Landon has been walking with everything. He'll push a chair, a laundry basket, anything he can get his hands on basically, and push while he walks. Well, he's also progressively standing alone longer and longer. At first it was a second or two. Then it was 5 seconds. Now he'll stand for about 10 seconds without holding onto anything.

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    Now he'll be holding onto something, let go, take a step not holding onto anything, and then grab onto something else

    Daddy's not going to be here until he's 10 months old...he can not walk before then


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    I don't know how many times I have to tell you to just push him down


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    Quote Originally Posted by Soon2BmrsG View Post
    I don't know how many times I have to tell you to just push him down
    Nana would yell at me if I tried


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    LOL..you better put some weights on his legs then 'cause it sounds like he's going to be going soon! If it was a bit closer to when your DH was coming home I'd say don't tell him and just let Landon down to walk to him when he gets there...but I think you may need to have your camera ready at all times right now

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    aww he might not! some babies go through that phase for a while!


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    My husband was gone with both kids from the time they were 6 months to 9 months. With both of them, every time they tried I would scoop them up and distract them so they wouldn't walk before the husband was home. They both walked on their own the day he came home.
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    Wow! Sounds like he will be an early walker! DH walked at 9 months and I didn't walk till after a year old. So who knows when DS will!
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    My dad used to run over to me and pick me up while saying "Noooooo! You might fall!".......my mom was convinced I wouldn't learn to walk because of his interfence lol
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    I knew someone who pushed their early walker down so he would crawl longer. Something about hand eye coordination being more improved for longer crawlers . I doubt it matters in the long run. Poor little guy all he wanted was to walk. I hope Landon hold out for his Dad .
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    Wyatt did that for two+ months before finally deciding to walk. He drove us crazy because we knew that he had enough coordination to walk around but he just didn't feel the need. Then he decided at my friend's house that holding onto two cell phones is easier to do on two legs than in one hand with another holding onto everything.
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