10 months old
having his diaper changed
A lot has changed in this past month. Easton is now a very fast scooter. He likes to stand holding on to things and he cruises around the furniture very slowly. He loves for us to hold his hands and walk/run him around the house. The faster we go the more he enjoys it. His little legs getting moving so fast and he can totally keep up. Both Case and I think he will be a speedy little bugger. He also tries to climb over or lunge off of everything.
He loves playing peekaboo with blankets. He can now wave bye bye, clap his hands, and give high fives. He insists on feeding himself and finally figured out how to hold his sippy cup. He is a very determined young man. He decided he was done nursing and basically weaned himself. At first I was really sad, but now I am loving the freedom of not having to pump at work!!!!
Easton makes the funniest noises. He always trills his tongue and makes these high little yelping noises. He says bah bah, momma, dada, and yeah. Yeah is my favorite and it kinda of sounds like uh yeah.
He is starting to learn how to be a stinker. He will look at Casey or I right before he is about to do something naughty and will shakes his head no, no. He can also shake his head yes but uses no a lot more often. He also has started throwing things out of the high chair, bath, shopping cart, car seat, etc.... He thinks he is hilarious. He also gets very upset when we take something away from him that he wants but shouldn't have. He basically flings himself on the floor crying. Isn't that supposed to happen during the terrible twos? We are in trouble!!!
Easton is really starting to love his books. This makes my heart happy as I am a fellow book lover. He can turn the pages on his own and will pat the characters and feel the little touch and feel patches on each page. He babbles the whole time like he is reading the story out loud.
We are so in love with our little man and feel like the time is flying by way too fast. It has been hard for me to let go of my sweet little baby and see him get closer and closer to the toddler stage. I kind of want to freeze time for a little while and just keep Easton little. I am sure many other moms feel the same way. Its hard to watch your babies grow up!!