Friday, April 22, 2011

10 Months

In 2 months we will officially have a toddler.  It is just crazy!  Hunter is really starting to look like a little boy and getting rid of his "baby" face.  Carl and I have been trying to think of what to do for Hunter's 1st birthday.  I think we have it figured out, but we shall see.

At 10 months, Hunter:
-Is standing for longer periods of time unassisted.  He is moving from one object to another while in a stand.  He is doing lots of cruising.
-Loves to put things in buckets and take them back out.  He will either transfer all the items in one bucket/basket to the other and then put them back, or he will put all of the toys he sees into the bucket and then dump it out.
-Walks, assisted.  But if he thinks it is a long distance, he won't put his feet down and instead pulls his legs up so I can put him in a sitting position.  Crawling is his how he wants to get around.
-Is in 12-18 month clothes.  Still in a size 4 diaper.
-Has such a little personality.  He is pushing things away when he doesn't want them, sticking out his tongue so others will do it, yells at people, etc.
-Shaking his head "no" when he doesn't want something as he pushes it away.  Umm... how did he learn this?!
-Approximating words: bye-bye, dog, dad, mom, bunny (although, it still comes out as "dog" most of the time), more (recently this week), and hey.
-Signing "more".  Woohoo!
-Loves to tell you off.  He is very serious when he is telling you what he thinks.  And he really doesn't like it when you laugh while he is having a serious conversation with you.
-Eating lots of table foods.  We try something new all the time.  He loves strawberries; I cannot wait until we go strawberry picking with my sister (like we do every year).  We have also been reintroducing milk-based products.  Our pediatrician recommended we try some foods with milk to see if he still has the allergy.  We have tried the Hawaiian Delight and he eats the yogurt melts.  So far, so good.  No hives.  We haven't been brave enough yet to try the baby yogurt.  That's our next step.

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