|charleston - left, whitman - right|
Their latest developments include standing (with support), sitting (with support), crawling (with their heads down, haven't figured out the arms portion of crawling - pretty sure their going to rub a hole in their foreheads) and screeching.
That'd mostly be Whitman.
Think of the movie Dumb and Dumber and the most annoying sound in the world, and then picture a really cute 6 month old baby doing it repeatedly...and that's life right now. Sometimes really cute. Other times really painful to the ears.
Meanwhile, Charleston has discovered his toes.
And the two of them have taken to "sharing" toys...
|whitman - left, charleston - right - looking identical that day|
I'm putting together a little photo montage of them over the past 6 months and will post the gross video of them experiencing their first solids...soon.
And while we are on the topic of babies, here are two interesting articles.
This one is about how children develop moral cognitive functions. Brain scientists have found that the average age for full cognitive moral development is between the ages of 7 - 9. (See John Medina's Brain Rules for Baby for further info on the topic). Fascinating!
and This one contends that the key to "success" in adulthood is learning self-control as a child.
And lastly, I had a great mother's day. I was very sick (still have a cough actually) and Doug let me sleep in. We had a little picnic and went for a walk by a creek in the canyon. It was wonderful. I know Mother's Day is an emotional day for many people. I hope you all were able to get through it unscathed. :)