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the eric update - day 483: really pretty much almost probably just about walking!

if the strictest interpretation of the definition of a toddler requires regular and repeated actual toddling then i think we're officially ready to induct odin into the wonderful world of toddlerdom!

just like when he started crawling and standing unassisted he's been in a bit of a gray area for a few weeks and it's been difficult to know for certain whether it's fair to say he's really walking or if maybe we're just being overly optimistic observers.

but in the days since his developmental assessment he's been making great strides ( ha! pun intended! ) and we're increasingly confident that any independent critics will agree he's a toddling toddler and quite close to walking full-time!

obviously we're quite impressed that's he's managed such a feat within a week of his 1 year age adjusted birthday and a full 3 months before i myself ever got the gist of the bipedal behavior.

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10/30/2005 10:02:00 PM 1 comments

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Go Odin! We're so proud of you and we CAN'T wait to see you at Christmas! You'll be walking up a storm by then. Tell your parents we miss them and are also looking forward to seeing them... Happy Haloween Odin! Lots of love, Matt, Deborah + Your #1 Doggie Fan Malbec.

By Blogger Deborah Moroz, at 6:07 PM  

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