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Thursday, December 27th 2007, 9:46am

the things that make you smile

I know as new mums most things our babies do make us smile so i thought it would be nice to have a thread especially for it! Max has just learned that music means dancing - anytime he hears it he starts bopping wherever he is and does a little head shake - its hillarious and cracks me up everytime he does it. Sooo cute!!!

What did your lo last do for the first time that made you smile??


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Thursday, December 27th 2007, 10:01am

Brill idea ...

The twins have just started to interact with each other and were laid on their mats this morning chatting away ... Both were smiling and laughing at the other, wish I knew what they were talking about :snigger:




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Thursday, December 27th 2007, 10:41am

DD got very excited yesterday at the sight of a collared dove in the garden. She stood there flapping her arms up and down and giggling! Also, we've had the table cloth on the table and she has been hiding under it, not hiding very well as she was giggling at the top of her lungs.





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Thursday, December 27th 2007, 10:47am

We are chasing eachother at the moment... very fun!
Also dancing around the tree and table holding hands (chain of 4 people or more singing)
He just loves it and it makes me smile :D
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Thursday, December 27th 2007, 11:22am

Aaron loves our cat Buddy,everytime he see her(yes her)!he squeals and makes a ah sound!If I ask him where she is,he goes off in his walker looking for her giggling.
Im sure the first word out of his mouth will be Buddy, and not mummy! :rolleyes: :D

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Thursday, December 27th 2007, 7:43pm

Today A learnt he can suck his toes if he leans forward far enough when he's on your lap...oh and splashing mammy gets a shocked face from me so it's fun to do it over and over.

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Thursday, December 27th 2007, 7:47pm

Saying please in the right context with no prompting for the first time. Doing the Iggle Piggle dance. When you ask her where something is and she shrugs her shoulders and says ''dunno''. So many in last few weeks....

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Thursday, December 27th 2007, 8:50pm

its lovely in our house at the moment because theres something new nearly everyday. Today she's learned to slurp spaghetti and has been shoving Pooh in my face to be kissed!





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Thursday, December 27th 2007, 8:58pm

H seems to just be starting to 'discover' the world around him, and is starting to enjoy kicking his arms and legs around,and playing under his baby gym etc...and through these activities his smiles and noises are increasing, and are just gorgeous, it is lovely sitting playing with him, and interacting!...oh and recently he has started smiling first thing in the morning when you look into his moses basket....such a lovely start to the day! smile2



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Thursday, December 27th 2007, 9:49pm

what a great thread G :thumbsup2:

Evie-Mae has learnt so many new things this last couple of days its unbeleivable,
She has learnt how to wave, she waves at everything even to people on the tv, and I swear she said mama today, how precious is that :hugs:
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Saturday, December 29th 2007, 3:53pm

Everything makes me smile when it comes to Lily - she has such an amazing character, we can't go anywhere without her gaining a string of admirers, she smiles at everyone. We have just been to New York, on the 1st day she crawled, the 2nd day started Clapping, 3rd day said 'ta' when she was given anything, by the time we reached Florida, 5 days later, she was pulling herself up on the furniture and now is coasting!! It's unbelievable, 3 weeks ago i would of sworn she wouldn't walk until well after her 1st birthday but it's all just happened so quick, i reckon a few weeks more and she'll be walking!

A amazing thing she does that lsways makes me smile is her singing, she has been doing this for ages now, if you sing to her, she sings back, it's so cute!
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Monday, December 31st 2007, 9:32am

Isla started walking on Boxing Day and it makes me laugh so much because she laughs when she does it like she's thinking "look at me i'm so clever!"
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Monday, December 31st 2007, 10:32am

Z does the "whoopsie" shoulders and it looks like an 80s dance
Today he also started doing two eyed flirting

Last time we flew he was sitting in my lap and looking at the stewardesses, he then started sticking out his tongue... this eventually turned very obscene and he did something that looked like a full on marathon air tongue kiss... or something else... the poor girls did not know where to look! He was very happy though :D
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Wednesday, January 2nd 2008, 11:04pm

The giggle of a child being tickled is the best sound in the world.

Was just about to share something about DS2 but realised he's not in this age category any more, so the giggling thing will have to do!
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Wednesday, January 2nd 2008, 11:09pm

I love that chuckle they do, its the best sound in the world. xx
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Wednesday, January 2nd 2008, 11:09pm

Blowing raspberry kisses on thier little bellies makes them giggles !

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Saturday, January 5th 2008, 8:38am

Max got a sing and learn piano for christmas and he has discovered what the micraphone is for - he just picks it up and starts singing "aghhhhh" into it then shrieks with laughter - I love it!!!!


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Was just about to share something about DS2 but realised he's not in this age category any more, so the giggling thing will have to do!


Oh share anyway ? :D

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Saturday, January 5th 2008, 7:40pm

Or perhaps we could have this moved to general parenting? Im sure our lo's so stuff every day that make us smile even when they are over 1 xxx


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Saturday, January 5th 2008, 8:26pm

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Or perhaps we could have this moved to general parenting? Im sure our lo's so stuff every day that make us smile even when they are over 1 xxx



Great idea :)





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Saturday, January 5th 2008, 8:35pm

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I was about to post for bells to move it !

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Saturday, January 5th 2008, 8:37pm

Lying in bed listening to DD in her cot 'talking' to her teddies via the monitor. I'm sure Pooh understands every word.

At Tumble Tots she pushes a toddle truck round and round the room and gathers up all the teddies in it. Now how can I teach her to tidy up at home?





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Saturday, January 5th 2008, 9:40pm

Glad this has been moved, itching to join in :D

A huge thing happened for us today and couldnt have made us smile anymore. I asked Plum if she loved her daddy and she said "Yeeeesssss" with the biggest cheesiest grin and gave him a big cuddle and then pointed to me and said the same thing lurve







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Saturday, January 5th 2008, 10:00pm

When my little girls giggle so much.

When I go into their room in the morning & they are jumping up & down shouting mama!! or mummy in Molly's case!!

When they kiss & cuddle me & Daddy all the time, with big squeezy hugs & kisses.

When molly & daisy get daddy's slippers as soon as he's in the door, that makes us smile lots.

When they dance to their cd playing & bop & up down with their igglepiggle & upsy Daisy.

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Sunday, January 6th 2008, 11:45pm

When C does something naughty and I sternly say "CHLOOOEEEE!" and she turns to me with a cheeky smirk and her hand up at her face with a finger pointing at me and she says NO "NO!" :snigger:


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Monday, January 7th 2008, 10:55am

When Z tries to walk with my shoes on and that he has started giving us huuuuge saliva-full kisses (and he doesn't stop)
He says pappa (daddy) but not mamma? PAH
When he climbs into his own wickerchair and sits with our discarded mobile phone and says "jajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja"
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Monday, January 7th 2008, 11:04am

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This morning I have been out and when I got home Lolly said hello gorgeous when I walked through the door lurve it made me gulp!








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Monday, January 7th 2008, 11:28am

At the moment I am woken by hysterical laughing and giggling coming from their bedroom, when I sneak in they are standing in their cots at the end near the window peeping behind the blind at each other, its so funny and melts my heart to see them interacting together like that!!! x

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Monday, January 14th 2008, 8:13pm

The best day since he was born - he said "mama" - aghhhhh!!! Ok he was looking at his food at the time and i suspect it was meant to be mmmmmmm - but he - he said mama!! So lovely!!


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Monday, January 14th 2008, 8:41pm

It was Mama!!

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Friday, January 18th 2008, 7:22pm

The way C picks up anything shaped like a mobile phone and starts chatting into it. It's the only time he says "hi there."

The way his face lights up when I pick him up from creche. If he is in his cot he just stands with his arms up till I pick him up, if he is on the floor he runs to me with is arms reaching for me. It makes me feel so wanted.

The odd positions he seems to find comfortable for sleeping...
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Friday, January 18th 2008, 11:58pm

Oh so many things....

being busy, M is a busy bee she loves to clean so is always dragging her cleaning trolley about

the fact she calls DH MUM lmao she just will not say dad!

hugging my belly and saying baby and ahhhhhhhh

laying in bed in the morning stroking my face, smiling saying "Hello mummy" :smile:

dancing to any type of music with a dead serious face :snigger:

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Saturday, January 19th 2008, 8:58am

Rene, Z does the phone thing too but he does a swedish accented jajajajajajajajajajajajajajajaja instead of hi there :)
He grabs HIS phone (got one of our old ones) and climbs into HIS chair and sits there on the phone! :)

He is trying to climb into the chair with his orangutan as I type but got stuck... so now he is walking over here being VERY crossed!
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Saturday, January 19th 2008, 9:00am

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Saturday, January 19th 2008, 11:46am

Rene - both my boys sleep in the frog position, although #2 often sleeps more like roadkill/splat than frog

DS#1 has started kissing on request (I think after our trip to UK to visit rellies)

but what makes my heart ping more than anything else is when either son gives a full on innocent genuine belly laugh

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Saturday, January 19th 2008, 9:45pm

on a sunday i get a lie in, but i hear j shouting MAMA and when i finally get and come down stars he shoots to stairs in his walker shouting HIYA HIYA and grabs my leg to hug it, then M not wanting to be left out joins in the leg hugging whilst i rub there hair....I could burst with Joy.
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Sunday, January 20th 2008, 1:14am

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Sunday, January 20th 2008, 4:33pm

The huge grin and expression of pure innocent delight that appears (even through tears) when I start blowing bubbles for him to chase!


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Monday, January 21st 2008, 12:28pm

the yell of "mamaaaaa" the great big grin & hug with arms wrapped around my neck and a snuffle into my neck when I come from work

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Monday, January 21st 2008, 5:11pm

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Sunday, February 10th 2008, 4:12pm

Yesterday we were watchin out local Strictly Come Dancing. C stood in the middle of the lounge and started to wiggle his bottom in time to the music (before last night he would spin around when he heard music) and even tried to imitate some of the more flambouyant movements in his own baby way. I was so distracted by him I did not see half of the competition. Did not just make me smile, it made me grin and even laugh out loud he was just soooooo cute!


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Sunday, February 17th 2008, 10:12am

M has decided that nappies make rather nice hats. (glad he has only got his hands on the clean ones). He sits and puts it over his head sideways and gathers the rest under his chin and laughs - cracks me up!


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Thursday, February 21st 2008, 8:59pm

Mooch spent an hour yesterday playing with 4 elastic bands. She would arrange them on the floor in a pattern that she liked then clap her hands and look up and expect us to clap too. Then she sat with her legs out and arrnaged them in patterns on her legs and clapped again, then she arranged them on mummys shoes and clapped again. It was so funny.

I keep thinking 'Oh she is at such a lovely age, I don't want her to change' then she does something new and gets even more fun. I miss my baby but I love my little girl so much. She is growing up so fast.





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Thursday, February 21st 2008, 9:17pm

awww Mrs. J, bless little M, she has alot more months to be a lovely age, I think 18 months plus is a fab time! they are just so funny babies!! it's so funny how something like an elastic band is amsuing & fun for a baby.

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Mooch spent an hour yesterday playing with 4 elastic bands. She would arrange them on the floor in a pattern that she liked then clap her hands and look up and expect us to clap too. Then she sat with her legs out and arrnaged them in patterns on her legs and clapped again, then she arranged them on mummys shoes and clapped again. It was so funny.

I keep thinking 'Oh she is at such a lovely age, I don't want her to change' then she does something new and gets even more fun. I miss my baby but I love my little girl so much. She is growing up so fast.



J has jus puked on me and all over hall way, but now he is sat in chair putting Upsy daisy on his head saying mama in a new sick like husky voice, sounds so cute x


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Tuesday, March 4th 2008, 9:53pm

Toddlers and toilets! DD is obsessed with our loo. She watches me have a wee, then tries to help me with the loo roll! Then she has to have a look inside the toilet and dip her hands in! This afternoon the seat fell on her head, she wasn't a bit bothered!





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Tuesday, March 4th 2008, 10:30pm

Yesterday DD asked for meat and 'potatoes' for her tea... not the red ones with the grass on the top... those are tomatoes apparently.... :D





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Wednesday, March 5th 2008, 8:20am

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Wednesday, March 5th 2008, 8:28am

Since being in a bed L can now get up as she pleases and she's usually up around 6.30. You hear her little feet run across the landing and into our room and the first thing you see is her face peering at you! She then gives me a big slobbery kiss and makes her daddy get up with her!! :snigger:

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Tuesday, July 29th 2008, 2:29pm

Bump tiddly bump bump.

Mooch has started stringing words together. At MILs yesterday she heard the kettle boiling and said 'mummy tea' and then went and got a cup out of the cupboard.

DH was away last week and she was so good all week, I thought she had forgotten him, then in the airport when she saw him she shouted 'DADDEEEE' at the top of her lungs and gave him a big hug.





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