I was going to write a post about her mastering the art of crawling, but I was interrupted by her learning to pull herself up and drop down with ease. Crap.

I blame Jonathan. He's the one encouraging her to move around. If I had my way, she'd still be rolling around. Children are much more portable when they are blobs. Ah well - I guess that's what I get for having a supportive husband that loves his child.

It didn't take long for us to remember putting remotes and laptops in the back corners of the couch before standing up to do something else. We also quickly reinforced our baby fence. The contraption is perfectly made for babies to scale.

Standing with her raptor feet at 7 months
Standing on daddy's legs at 8 months
Adelaide is both terrified and overjoyed that her best friend can rise to greet her on the couch. She's looking forward to guest blogging soon. Between tail pulling and face petting, Adelaide has much to say on the subject of Joanna's mobility.

Although she's a mover and a shaker, Joanna still loves to cuddle. And for that, I'm thankful. I cherish the snuggle times with my squishy.

I'm thankful that we find comfort in each other. 


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