Monday, November 21, 2011

Walker

I had to post this one as it's so fun. She just ate a blue sucker. She sure loves candy!
Charlotte got a little walker about a month ago. She took to it very well. We first did it this way for pushing it and walking behind it but after two weeks and the PT came back and said we need to turn this around so she pulls it. It will help her stand up straighter. It sure does.
One of Charlotte's favorite things to do is stand at the chalk board and color. She can get up to it all on her own now. She can get the walker going that direction and maneuver from the walker to the chalk board. She's just getting better and better at getting around.
This is the first time using it. She did so well.




Ok so each time I make a video and see that it's sideways cause I want it tall way on my camera I don't remember that the video is video and is shot sideways. Sorry about that. maybe someday I'll learn that video can't be done sideways. But she does so well in this video I didn't want to just scrap it cause it's sideways. Enjoy!

4 comments:

Rogers Family said...

Ah such a cute little thing!!! I just wanna bite her little cheeks!!!!

Amanda said...

Awe that is so sweet. You must be SO excited. I am so happy for you :) Your girls are adorable!

x0countess0x said...

i'm happy for you..you have a beautiful children..have a nice day

C. S. Beyer said...

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