Who knew crawling could be so loud?

Nathan is up to taking five whole steps at a time now! He doesn’t take that many steps very often, maybe once or twice a day, because he still prefers to crawl around. I don’t blame him. That kid can really zip around all over the place! His little hands and knees slam down into the floor, sounding more like a herd of elephants than a lone little boy. And he’s fast, too. As fast as a cat being chased with a water sprayer. A lot of times when he’s not sure if he wants to crawl or attempt to walk somewhere, he’ll raise his hands high in the air then will slowly squat down then will bring his hands down on the ground with a resounding thud.

Yeah, he likes seeing just how loud he can be!

In other news, my mom and I were finally able to get together, and I gave her one of her Mother’s Day gifts I ordered. It was a glass rose, and I got it from an online store called Crab Apples. It was lovely and she really liked it. So instead of me describing how pretty it was, here’s a couple pictures:

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  1. very pretty and it’s beauty will never fade. Aha, Nathan’s noises have just begun. Little boys seem to love to see just how loud they can really get! But it beats the heck out of the shrill whines that little girls do…at least, it doesn’t seem as grating to me, and probably only because I wasn’t around little girls as often.
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    • I’m like you- I would much rather listen to a little boy thumping his little legs and hands and creating a thundering commotion than listen to a shrill whine! Whining can give me a headache, especially when it’s high pitched!

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