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when does it count as walking?

i’ve been silent for a bit because, well, BUSY.

what have we been up to? let’s see…

a bit of light reading now and again…

trying to find ways to make being mobile even!more!fun!

swing, swing, swinging!

climbing on EVERYTHING

enjoying plenty of picnics in the park…

… and then climbing some more!

also: walking. well, maybe? sort of?

when do you consider it walking?

for the past 2ish weeks, meeka has been standing holding onto something, then turning, and walking anywhere from 1-6 steps on her own towards wherever she wants to go (sometimes making it, often not). do you consider this walking? hmmmm…


also: the husband has taken his test! woohoo! he arrived back at 3am last night (this morning) and we’ll hear if he passed on friday (but he feels good about it, so… YAY!)


also: my application for a new job is complete! fingers crossed, wish me luck! it would be a huuuuuuuge change for all of us – not just what i’d be doing (for a year), but also location (for a year). but i think it would be good for us. it might just be what we need. a huge shake-up, for sure.


also: well, no. no more also. i just felt like i should try to put one more thing 😉

Categories: the mommy thing
  1. jesser
    2012/05/23 at 11:08 am

    Oh my gosh she is CUTE! And now you get to watch her like a hawk because that is definitely walking!! 😉 Congratulations! So glad the hubby’s test is over with and good luck on the new job. I will keep my fingers crossed that great things are just around the corner for you!

  2. 2012/05/23 at 2:02 pm

    She is just so dang cute! Can’t get over it! Also, I am so glad his tests are over and ya;ll can finally relax a little. I hope something AWESOME is heading your way, and soon!


  3. 2012/05/25 at 1:43 pm

    I totally count that as walking! Believe me, she’ll be running around before you know it. You’ve just officially graduated into, “oh crap” territory. 🙂 But trust me, it is a lot of fun and much easier! Just be careful with objects within reaching distance now. We’ve learned a few lessons the hard way (about keeping things too close to the edge of a table).

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