:: Sometimes I'm surprised Asher is such a person.
:: He'd probably roll his eyes if he heard me state my marvel at his person-hood, but it's true.
:: You know what I mean?
:: Crawling happened for real over here.
:: In fact, it was hard to take any real candid photos of him, because as soon as he heard the camera, he turned and promptly made his way over.
:: I think he was crawling in secret for a couple days before I saw him action.
:: He'd be one place, and when I looked again five seconds later, he'd be over
:: He graduated to the high chair and a lower crib setting.
:: Those blankets you see strapped around the crib railing?
:: Those are there to prevent him from gnawing his way out of that thing.
:: He went through a growth spurt at the beginning of month 10 that involved an entire week of grumpiness.
:: He laughs at body noises like burps and farts.
:: Asher is now a pro with finger foods and has also learned to drop food off the side of his high chair.
:: I hardly know how to react to this. Sometimes it's funny and sometimes it's maddening, but I don't want to give him a reaction either way. So how to do I get him to stop?
:: Like I said earlier this week, moving has been hard on him. He can feel the fatigue of the situation, and I'd do anything to make this weekend a little easier for him.
:: Since becoming mobile he gets himself into all sorts of tumbles, bruises, and scrapes.
:: He can pull himself up on things quite nicely, and his favorite place to practice is in the bathtub. That's the place where we practice no the most.
:: Lots of ba-ba-bas, once a ba-ma, but no mama or dada yet.
:: At this exact moment he's supposed to be sleeping.
:: I'm supposed to be packing.
:: Neither of us is doing what we should.