The word that sums up this week for me is:
Yes – our little baby has become a toddler. And it’s made for a pretty exciting week for us all!
Arthur first began to crawl almost six months ago, and he developed such a brilliantly efficient lopsided style that I wasn’t sure he’d ever need anything else. He’s been able to walk with support for a while now, but as soon as he found himself doing even as much as standing independently he’d carefully lower himself to the floor where he clearly felt much more comfortable.
And then last Saturday he suddenly decided to walk! We watched him take a few steps away from the stool he likes to lean on in the kitchen, and then when he thought I wasn’t looking he launched himself away from the sofa and toddled halfway across the lounge.
He’s grown in confidence every day, picking himself up when he falls down and taking pure delight in his new found toddling skills.
It’s clear he’s proud of himself, and I’m so proud of him too. I know that over the days and weeks to come he’ll pick up speed and stamina and I’ll be chasing him around as he takes his exploring to a whole new level. I can’t wait for our first walks outside – in the woods, on the beach. It’s the beginning of a whole new phase for my baby. For my little toddler.
Aw love toddlers x #WotW
It is so super cute… x
Wonderful word! Bless him, there – loved his cheeky grin at the end of the video, too! My son’s a toddler, too, and at 17 months, he doesn’t stop! He runs now and delights in it 🙂 Enjoy the toddling days x Thanks for sharing with #WotW
Amazing to think his wobbly walk is going to turn into a run in a few short months! It all changes so fast… x
The toddling phase it great! Love the cheeky grin!
He’s so pleased with himself! And of course we’re grinning at him lots too… 🙂
Lovely……as was bear……time flies so quickly that we all have to capture such key and exciting moments….. X
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