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10 Months

Mom: Mataya, how are you feeling today, my 10 month old?

M(ataya): Much better mom. I still need my rest, but I am doing much better.

Mom: I am so glad! That was a pretty rough go for you. You slept away almost a whole week of life.

M: Is that why you are interviewing me a day late, mom?

Mom: Well, yes, I guess so. And I really don't have many pictures of you to share either. But, lets do it anyway.
M: Sounds good.

Mom: So, other than being sick, what are you up to these days.

M: Well, I still like to move and check out all of the interesting places in the house. I also really like to try new foods, especially ones that I can fee myself.  And I really enjoy music and I like to dance a little. Going outside is fun too, though it is quite bright and cold sometimes. And I have two teeth now, so that has been a lot of work getting those to come through.

Mom: I know. The warmer weather will be so nice. Are you working on talking at all?

M: A little. I am getting much better at saying "mama."

Mom: And how do you like to move around these days?

M: I still do the army crawl scoot. I can pull myself up onto my knees from that, but I am pretty content to be on my tummy and back yet. I do like to play a bit when you help me to sit up, but mostly I like to scoot around, crawl over anything laying on the floor and explore the house.

Mom: Well, I will let you get back to getting better!

M: Thanks mom!

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