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Our Climber

Well, Joash has mastered going up the stairs. And he is fast! This is where I found him one day. He turned his head and looked at me, smiled and kept climbing.

We had been putting off getting a baby gate to block of the stairs. He didn't really seem to be all that interested in the stairs until this week. We needed one that was extra large, since the opening to the stairs is quite wide. Thankfully, our friends, who have just about any baby item you could want, let us borrow a baby gate they had, and it works great!

So, no more stair climbing for a little while, unless Mom or Dad lets him.

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Margareth said…
Hello, can I use your baby´s foto as an illustration of stairclimbing? It will be placed in a printed material for my students in for a course on motor development.
Margareth said…
can i use your baby´s photo for a printed material for my students on motor development. It will serve as an example of stairclimbing.

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