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What’s It Like To Be 11 Months Old?

Author GreatDad Writers
Submitted 06-11-2007

  • The soft spot on the top of my head
    is almost closed.
  • My legs look bowed when I stand up;
    my feet look flat.
  • My sitting balance is good.
  • I like to use my fingers to pick up
    small things like toys and food.
  • I can stack two or three small boxes,
    and I like to knock them down.
  • If you hold my hands, I can walk. I’m almost ready to take my first
    steps by myself.
  • I point to things I want, even if they are far away.
  • Tasting and touching are my favorite ways to explore new things.
  • I love being the center of attention—and making you smile.
  • When you call my name, I look for you.
  • I like to imitate sounds like coughing, laughing, lip smacking and
    tongue clicking.
  • I can pull off hats, shoes and socks but need your help getting them
    back on again.
  • I know about getting dressed and usually cooperate when you put on my clothes.

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