… standing on the bed on his feet.
We witnessed this event with enthusiasm and - can’t deny - with a bit of apprehension as well.
They say in fact there is - in every child - a turning point, an invisible line on this side of which you have to pay attention they don’t get hurt, and beyond which you have to pay attention they don’t get up to all kinds of mischief.
I am afraid we are getting closer to (if we have not already passed) that line...
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presto non ci saranno più barriere...ReplyDelete
non so se gioirne o esserne terrorizzato...ReplyDelete
he's soooo beautiful! I have to meet you 3!!!ReplyDelete
A little bit more, at least it is a gradual thing. I'd say the turning point is when they start to crawl and then - oh, boy - to walk...! It's so amazing when they do, but then you realize you have a little kamikaze stuntbaby and the house gets full of those protection things in the kitchen, around the tables, in the sockets, breakable or tiny things on top shelves...:)Bacione Dani
Che carino!!! In bocca al lupo per la prossima fase! Non é cosí terrificante come si puó immaginare, solo un po' piú movimentata. Un bacio a tutti e tre. RobertaReplyDelete
By looking at that face I think there is no doubt which side of the fence you are sitting on, Leo really has you wrapped round his little finger!!ReplyDelete
thank-you dani, roberta, and mc for your... . encouragement!ReplyDelete
vedrai quando scavalcherà quella barriera con le sue gambine... :-)ReplyDelete
e' proprio quello che temiamo...ReplyDelete