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Growing Up Big and Strong

Author GreatDad Writers
Submitted 06-11-2007

Fred and Ramona are getting ready
for Jacob’s entry into  toddlerhood. Their
baby seems to be mastering new skills every day. Yesterday he was trying to pull himself
up at the kitchen table. Today he’s pushing
a chair around the living room—and 

walking! He’s not steady on his feet, but
Ramona and Fred know that he’ll soon be
harder to keep up with.

Jacob is 30 inches tall and weighs 25 pounds. His parents are a little sad
that their son is growing up so quickly. He doesn’t look much like a baby
anymore. But they are proud of the many things he can do. Jacob points to
his body parts. He takes off his shoes and socks. He waves good-bye. He
likes to make his parents laugh. He is also learning to test limits and loves to shake his head “no.”

And what about your 11-month-old? Read this issue to learn more about
how to help your baby learn, grow and stay healthy.

This content has been provided freely by CMC. Click Healthy Start, Grow Smart—Your-Eleven-Month-Old for your free download. Click GreatDad Free Ebook to download the entire Health Start, Grow Smart series.

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