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Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Because I Do Not Encourage Such Things

like walking and talking, I pushed him down shortly after the photo was taken.


standing
Originally uploaded by the big yellow house.



Really, you let them stand and say mama today, next thing you know they are running through the house and talking until your brain matter begins to ooze out of your ears. It is better not to even let them start down this road. Trust me.

17 Comments:

Blogger Jody said...

LOLOL!

Yes, walking is over rated!

Time to get him some itty bitty Teva's!

4:47 PM  
Blogger Lisa said...

Even duct tape and bricks won't hold them back, darn it!

5:13 PM  
Blogger Gretchen said...

*sigh* you are right! I ignorantly didn't worry too much when Levi started cruising along the furniture, after all he still had months to go before his birthday, and he wouldn't walk before then, right? Well, WRONG! Why is it the ones who are supposed to be the babies forever are the quickest to leave babyhood behind? He took his first steps at 10 months and hasn't looked back. My earliest walker yet. waaahhh

5:15 PM  
Anonymous Chuck said...

Ours was walking at 8 mo so do not even go there.

And I always thought it was women and you were not supposed to teach em to talk....

5:42 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

Oh, he'll be walking before the first birthday. He's anxious to start chasing his siblings!

8:36 PM  
Blogger novaks8 said...

and it can continue for years....

"accidentally" hang up the phone when someone of the opposite sex calls your teenager.....

"forget" to do such things as send in camp registration/deposit, insurance information necessary for them to gain a learner's permit or even their college deposit.

the possibilities are endless!

9:52 PM  
Blogger buffi said...

My husband always says things like, "I can't wait until he can crawl/walk/drive..." I'm thinking, are you new here? Don't you remember how much more trouble that is?!

Try cinder blocks. Or maybe an anvil.

11:02 PM  
Anonymous dee said...

*sigh* yes indeed...everyone can't wait for their kids to walk and talk and then you find yourself wishing that they would just SIT DOWN and SHUT UP....no no not to worry I only yell such things in my mind....oh and here :)

8:23 AM  
Blogger Sleeping Mommy said...

You are so right. Once they start this they start getting into trouble and that's just not fun.

5:57 PM  
Blogger Meg said...

I am so glad to have you as my guide in the world of motherhood! It seems so logical now: push Sophia down when she tries to walk. Brilliant!

6:16 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

Meg,
You are welcome ;-)I wish I had someone to clue me in 10 years ago, I could have hobbled them and never had to enter baseball hell month. LOL

9:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chris,

Over the past 3 days I have had the pleasure of reading your blog. (It's been very slow at the office.) Thanks for all the laughs and a few tears. :)

Rachel

6:52 PM  
Blogger Jodi said...

That was so funny! Yes we want the first one to hurry up and walk, after that the subsequent children should not be encouraged.

9:48 PM  
Anonymous MelissaL said...

Thank God baseball hell is over here! As for the walking, well, we're not going to encourage it for our fourth at all. I can barely keep up with the others.

11:49 AM  
Blogger song said...

He can't be that big already! keep him down girl, down!

10:54 AM  
Blogger Sylvana said...

My husband was just reading your blog over my shoulder. He was laughing his ass off. He especially liked the fact that you pushed your baby down to prevent him from learning to walk too soon. THAT is a good idea.

BTW- I LOVE that chair!!

5:27 PM  
Anonymous Libragirl said...

My sister is adopting a 9 month old baby. The baby doesn't crawl yet, not enough one on one time at the baby home. The month my sister has been there, she has started to creep some and will be crawling and walking by one year (which is in October) My sister never understood by we "accidently) played with my nephews to prevent them from walking early. She is so screwed. I can't wait. I am an evil sister, but a wonderful aunt

11:45 AM  

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