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7 Months

M(om): Hey Joash! Can you believe you are 7 months old already?

J(oash): It does seem like time goes fast. It feels like you were just interviewing me yesterday.

M: Well, how is life at 7 months?

J: It is pretty good. I like seeing everything there is around me, especially people. I don't really like to be all alone any more.
M: What things do you like to do?

J: I like having a bath, especially hearing the sounds water makes as it coming out of the tap or being poured on me. I also like playing with my toys. I like variety, so I like to change it up between the ExcerSaucer, Gym, rolling around on the floor and sitting up with my toys around me.

M: Anything else?
 J: I am starting to get his game of peek-a-boo. I think it is pretty fun when you lay a blanket on my face and then I pull it off and see you again.

M: It is pretty fun. I like seeing you peek out from the top of blanket and break out into a smile. What about eating?

J: I love to eat, Mom. You know that. I like  all the new foods like cereal, sweet potatoes, squash, carrots and peas. I eat that meat too, but only when it is mixed in with my veggies.
M: Any other new developments you want to tell people about?

J: Well, I am really close to being able to sit up all by myself all of the time. I have also decided it is great to sleep 10-11 hours in a row at night. (You have a very nice smile, Mom.) No teeth yet, but I do love to drool and chew on my hands.

M: Thanks, Joash. I will let you get back to playing with red ring and purple frog.

J: No problem, Mom.

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