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    Crawling...
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    sdadkin posted:
    Saturday was the first time my 8 month old really crawled! He has been doing the army type crawl for a couple of weeks now and has been getting up on his knees and hands but always fell down. This time he actually crawled with his knees and hands! I was so excited for him! My first son didn't start crawling until he was 11 months old!
     
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    wmatto83 responded:
    YAY!!! So happy for you and your little guy! We aren't far behind you my little guy (7 months) is up on his hand and knees and rocks back and forth but then face plants lol!!
    Well I guess now you will be chasing another LO!! Good Luck!
    ME 28 DH 39 DS born 5/24/11 Two Fury sons both 5


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