Tuesday, January 01, 2008

New

That stands for new sounds and new teeth. No wonder the poor little man has been so crabby the last few days (well, other than the fact that he still sounds like he's about to lose a lung when he coughs :(
Just in time for the new year I noticed yesterday (when randomly Cory was upside down to me) that he has a new tooth on the top. It is also on his left side so that he has 3 teeth on the bottom and 3 on the top with both the "extras" on the left. A little lopsided! Tonight Brian noticed that the one on the right top looks like it will be popping through any time. No word on that bottom right one and the left one is almost completely grown in already. Odd.

This morning of course we did NOT get to sleep in (although we stayed up WAAAAAY too late!) because you know, babies don't understand New Year's and they want to get up and play at their regular time. So we pulled Cory in bed with us which means he wanted to explore us, the windowsill - which he can reach and pull up on - the nightstands, and whatever else he thought was interesting at the moment. In the process while we were trying not to think about getting up it randomly occurred to me that I didn't think I'd heard him making the Ga sound before that he was now making. I don't think I've heard him make any sounds that originate in the throat before today. He'll be talking soon and I'm not sure if that will be good (because he can tell us what's wrong/he wants) or bad (because I'm sure he will be a non-stop talker)!

4 comments:

  1. Happy New Year to you & your family!!! Sounds like this year will be another adventure :)

    ps- I tagged you.

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  2. Oh yeah it always seems once they start talking there is no end it sight, it will be cool though! Happy New Year!

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  3. My daughter talks so much that there I times I wish she had a string I could cut to make her stop. Particularly in the early morning...before I've had my coffee.

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  4. I'm here from Kailani's audition post. I remember those teething days. I can't believe that now mine has just gotten potty training down. They grow so fast!

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