Nolan's not pulling up on anything. He's not going from his stomach to setting up. But, he's talking.
We've been working on "momma," "dadda," and "bye-bye." But, he has choicen to say "yeah," "hi," and "ka-ka."
We went to store a couple of weeks ago. Nolan was tired and cranky. The lady in line in front of us looked at Nolan and asked "Are you tired?" He stopped whining, looked at her and said "yeah." Cary and I looked at each other in total shock. That's the first time we heard him say something that was unmistakenly a word.
A few days ago Nolan smelled very bad. I looked at him and asked "Do you need a clean diaper?" He looked at me and said "yeah." (maybe this means he'll be easy to potty train. maybe. hopefully.)
He says "hi" to me every morning when I get him up for breakfast and every evening when I get home from work.
Every time he sees one of our many, many cats he says "kaka." Not sure if it's kitty cat or kitty.
He is trying to crawl. He'll get up on his hands and knees and knock back and forth. He should start crawling any day now.
He's standing assisted. He will stand for about 1 second without any support. He loves to stand.
His new favorite toys are rubber duckies. He gets a huge smile everything he sees one. Then, like everything else, he will put the ducky straight into his mouth.
He goes Tuesday afternoon for his 9-month well baby check-up. I'm guessing he's close to 25 lbs. I saw a 1-year-old at the store today. She was tiny compared to Nolan. I can’t wait to find out what percentile my tiny 5 lb, 5 week early baby is in now.