June 29, 2009

Quite The Caboose, And My Puppet Voice

Ivy is coasting with one hand these days. I see it in her eyes- that determination to take those first steps but she just isn't ready to let go. I know the feeling.

Here's a taste if you can avoid being distracted by her giant bottom and my awful puppet voice. (Earlier she was cracking up when I made the turtle sneeze and then I tried again on camera and it was just not happening.)

Ivy Coasting from Stephanie Precourt on Vimeo.



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19 comments:

  1. Soooooo cute. I'm frightened of Oscar's increased mobility. He's only in the rolling over stage, but keeps trying to launch himself straight out of his bouncy seat.

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  2. I love the way she throws the ring at the frog LOL. Very cute. She's getting big!

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  3. It really seems like yesterday that you were pregnant with her. Where in the world does the time go. What a cutie!

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  4. what a sweet...she sure is happy with just one hand for support. Greg already tries to get up when we hold him :) he's nearly sitting on his own and a week ago he didnt stay a sec sitting straight

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  5. I love it! It's so exciting -and bittersweet- when they start walking, isn't it? And don't worry about your camera-voice... I always sound so ridiculous that my husband ends up laughing more about whatever I'm saying in the background than what the children are doing in the footage :D

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  6. I love their wobby legs so unsure but so confident at the same time. Thanks for sharing your girl with us.

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  7. Baby's got back. tee hee

    Adorable.

    Nell

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  8. Aww, what a sweet blog and girl!

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  9. That's a great puppet voice. Who could talk in their normal grown-up voice with someone that cute around?

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  10. She's getting so big! Does she turn 1 in September? I'm trying to remember.

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  11. Oh my gosh! She is adorable. But, I will admit that my instinct was to reach for her when she was falling forward at the beginning. I had to get rid of my coffee table because I am such a neurotic freak about it.

    I was seriously laughing at your sneezing and her not going for it. Isn't that the way it always is?

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  12. my girls started walking so very early! Amazing and bittersweet all at the same time. Enjoy each moment and "baby step"...

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  13. Oh, wow, she is SO cute - love the caboose!!! :)

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  14. She's the cutest little big bottom girl I've ever seen. I love it!

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  15. Anyday now Steph. Hope you have that camera on hand to capture the moment when she takes a leap of faith and lets go...

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  16. So cute! We talk about Boo's big bottom a lot, too; definitely goes hand in hand with the cloth diapers. :-)

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  17. so cute!

    Emma ran over when she heard Ivy's talking. She said hi to Ivy and then when you asked Ivy "Can you say hi?" Emma waved.

    :)

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