Thursday, January 17, 2008

Rolling, Rolling, Rolling


I came to the realization today that my baby's not a baby anymore. I have known this for awhile, but I think it finally hit me. I have the hardest time with change and he is constantly changing. About a month ago he just up and decided he was done with the pacifier. He hasn't sucked on it since. He will put it in his mouth to chew it, but no sucking. I still get the pacifier when it is time to put him to bed, mostly because it was part of the routine and I just can't let go of it.

He feeds himself at part of almost every meal everyday and when I am feeding him from a baby food jar or something he tries to grab onto the spoon to help it come faster and do it himself. He wants to be independent and sometimes I forget that he isn't my tiny little Logan anymore.

I also realized that he is going to eventually crawl, but right now his thing is just to roll . . . and roll . . . and roll. He rolls all the way across the room and in circles to get what he wants. When he is sitting he will go onto his knees for a couple seconds, but then he goes onto his stomach and rolls to reach his final destination. He is clever, I have to give him that.

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5 comments:

Valarie said...

What a cutie! You're right, he's not a 'baby' anymore. Love, grandma and grandpa Wood

The Roundy's said...

He's going to be crawling soon! He's so cute. You're lucky he's already done with his pacifier. Ben has recently become very attached to his and I know it will be a bit of a struggle to get rid of it!

Janell R. Cropper said...

He is definitely so cute! I hope my lil' man will give up the pacifier so easily. He's only four months old...but it will be great to be done with it!

Bonnie Parks said...

I think there will come a time when I want Amy to be done with the pacifier, but for now I hope that the time doesn't come soon. I love that thing at least as much as she does. I should say I love it because she does. I know it could get old later. I'll cross that bridge when I get there (or when Amy gets there).

Roundy Family said...

At least he can't get into any trouble rolling around. Once he starts to crawl there is a lot more he can do. You have to watch him so much closer. We recently had to baby proof the cabinets because Aspyn likes to get into and dump everything out. Count yourself lucky!

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