Arwen’s Dangerous Addiction!

I am loving every second of watching Arwen grow and the amount of stuff she’s overcoming and going through makes me think she’s a superhero!

Babies are incredibly strong and (as you’ll learn from your children) Arwen proves this on a daily basis.

Arwen’s NEW dangerous addiction is thus: crawling to the edge of the bed and trying to push off!

I am not kidding when I say my daughter is a daredevil. She drags her body along the mattress, pretending to push with her legs when really the arms are just doing all the work – it’s hilarious because you need to imagine a puppets limbs being jiggled on string and that’s how her legs look as she flails them about!

Then, all the while grinning from ear to ear and talking nonsense, she grabs hold of the edge of the bed and thrusts herself off! (No need to worry about her welfare, we are always there to stop and catch her).

What is up with this new obsession? It’s like I am not for filling her entertainment needs enough so she has to get the rush of danger!

Do any other babies/children do this too? Please comment below or send me a text.

But it’s pretty evident I am going to have one very active child – Hoorah! (Not sarcasm, I need to get in shape).

Here is the a photo shoot of the life threatening stunt taking place on the sofa;

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2 thoughts on “Arwen’s Dangerous Addiction!

  1. Deb / Being Aunt Debbie says:

    I think all kids are little daredevils; trying to give us parents a flippin’ heart attack! They just don’t know the danger they are throwing themselves into. Scary, but healthy! We just have to stay on top of things! (Not easy!) Oh, and I love her gorgeous eyes!! ❤

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