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my babygirl is 8 months miss mandiie 1 child; Windsor, Ontario 1822 posts
7th Feb '13

time is flying by, heres a few pictures from this morning :)
(excuse the pink tint her walls do that)
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She now has two bottom teeth, and two top ones are on their way.
She can sit up unassisted and is starting to crawl.
She pulls herself up on her knees and feet in her crib.
She holds her own bottle now too.



Thanks for looking :)

MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
7th Feb '13

Very cute!
Is her crib still in the bassinet position?

THE Draco Malfoy 1 child; Tennessee 19885 posts
7th Feb '13

She's adorable! my DD turned 8 months on the 24th of Jan. she didn't get her 1st tooth till Jan 1st, the 2nd a wk later, and the 3rd broke through last wk. they're all on the bottom. she's been holding her bottle since around 4-5 months. she acts like she's afraid you'll take it from her. lol. she started pulling herself up like last month- almost climbed out of the playard bassinet at my parent's house.

I♥RYLEIGH 49 kids; Windsor, Ontario 10434 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting MommyToWesley:" Very cute! Is her crib still in the bassinet position? "


It looks like it.. and I thought you were supposed to lower it once they could pull themselves up?



But OP she is SO cute!! I love her little outfit :D

MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting shelbylynn [32 WEEKS!]:" It looks like it.. and I thought you were supposed to lower it once they could pull themselves up? But OP she is SO cute!! I love her little outfit :D"


That's why I was asking, because it definitely looks like it is to me too. I figured I would ask, though, because I didn't want to just assume it was.
OP, if it is, that's REALLY dangerous. Especially if she's pulling herself up. I moved my son's down when he could push himself up to sitting on him own. I didn't want to risk him learning how to pull himself up to stand in the middle of the night and falling out.

miss mandiie 1 child; Windsor, Ontario 1822 posts
7th Feb '13
Quoting MommyToWesley:" That's why I was asking, because it definitely looks like it is to me too. I figured I would ask, though, ... [snip!] ... on him own. I didn't want to risk him learning how to pull himself up to stand in the middle of the night and falling out."

yes it is, we're moving it down tonight when hubby gets home from work
*she just started pulling herself up on it yesterday evening *