Oh goodness. I am not ready for this. But it doesn't really matter if I am ready or not because Brayden has decided to try and pull himself up on everything. He is actually quite coordinated. He has successfully pulled himself up just a handful of times, but he is very ambitious. It's hard to believe my little guy is standing already. I know the next step is walking... oh walking. Wow.
He is still teething like crazy. He has 2 top teeth cut through, 2 more with little circles and white gums. Then he has 2 very swollen spots on his bottom gums, so it looks like we are waiting on 4 more. Poor guy just wants to chew on everything. He is a drool machine as well. I can't wait until he's not uncomfortable.
He knows how to wave now.. it's super cute. He started doing it when we were in Michigan, but he will now do it on command. I love it. He also can dance. It is the cutest thing ever. When he hears music... he'll dance. He's pretty good about keeping the beat too... don't know where he got that from.
Brayden and Leah are really starting to play together. Now that he is very mobile he can try and keep up with her. They were playing around in the ball pit tonight and both were laughing and giggling. I even caught them hugging a few times. Leah is a very good big sister.
Leah loves playing with the kittens. She pushes them around in her baby stroller, carries them all over the house, hugs them a little snugly, and they could care less. They never stop purring. She also loves playing outside in her water table and pool. She has a blast. I love having a great yard for her to play in.
Leah locked herself in our bedroom. We thought we could just open it with a butter knife, but quickly realized it needed a key. A key we didn't have. She started getting upset, but we tried explaining to her how to unlock it. It took her a minute, but she unlocked it herself. Ha... crazy girl!