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6 Ways My Baby Is Morphing Into A Toddler {A Slideshow}

By Naomi Odes |

baby smileIf you haven’t read one of my posts in a while, you might not know, my baby is really close to being a one-year-old.
Fuzz is still not walking, but there are other signs that he’s leaving his infancy behind. I’m noticing a lot of little things lately that are telltale signs that Fuzz is changing…and fast. Join me as I sob uncontrollably while pointing out how much my baby is growing up.

6 Ways My Baby Is Morphing Into A Toddler:

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6 Ways My Baby Is Changing Into A Toddler

He plays with his brother!

I'm finally starting to reap the benefits of having two so close together!

Meanwhile, I can’t help but stare at the pictures of his first 11 months and wonder where the time has gone…

If you have an almost 1 year old- In what ways have you noticed him becoming a toddler?

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Naomi Odes Aytur is a blogger who's contributed on the parenting channel of Babble. She chronicles her experiences of being a new mom on her personal website, I Am Still Awake. Read bio and latest posts → Read Naomi's latest posts →

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4 thoughts on “6 Ways My Baby Is Morphing Into A Toddler {A Slideshow}

  1. soldierlover84 says:

    My son turned 1 2 weeks ago and almost overnight he went from mommy’s little baby to mommy’s big boy. He looks leaner and taller (he was already pretty tall and skinny), he makes noises that might actually be attempts at words and sounds, he plays with trucks (rolls them back and forth and makes vroom-vroom noises), he eats more “people food” versus baby food, and he takes 5 steps before he loses his balance and hits the ground.

  2. Zoë says:

    My youngest will be one next month and I’m still in denial. She’s not standing yet, let alone walking, but she is smart as a whip and catches on so quickly. She has a nasty cold right now and after I used the bulb syringe to suction her nose, she promptly took it and stuck it up daddy’s nose. She tries to put back the CDs she pulls off the shelf, and when she didn’t like the bite of supper daddy offered her the other night, she put it back on the spoon. She is eating table food 99% of the time, tries to stack her cups, will roll a ball back to her brother, rolls a truck back and forth, will actively seek out her brother and sister, and can put the lid back on her bottle when she is “all done”. She’s my last child so while I’m enjoying all this new activities, I’m a little sad to see my baby turn into a toddler.

  3. Naomi says:

    @Zoe- so funny, I’m about to write about Fuzz’s cold and how he’s much better at dodging the snot sucker now!
    That is so cute about the CD’s, too!

    @soldierlover84- So cute re: the vroom vroom noises and WOW he can walk!!

  4. Anoosh says:

    WAAAAAAHHHHHHHH! Our babies are growing up! I’m so not ready. While a lot of the advances are fun, I have to say that the budding defiance and hijinks like throwing food on the floor are less welcome. I wouldn’t mind so much if my 3-year-old weren’t such a pain in my rear still. I was reflecting today on how babies are so perfect when they are born, but they rapidly start to lose their perfection once they have desires and wills of their own. Oh, the joys of personhood! If only we could draw out the sweet parts. At least my boy is still a snugglemuffin!

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