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#26 ~Nix~

Posted 17 October 2008 - 01:02 PM

My almost 1 year old neice has done this from about 5 months... it was first because she was excited, but then it was because she hadn't worked out how to put her hands up to say "pick me up" yet and did it to get picked up...

#27 angels5babes

Posted 19 October 2008 - 09:30 PM

OMG you would think a paed would know better but then again, I guess he must have seen the other side of the coin where there had been a problem.  I'm curious.

My boys never did this but my DD on the otherhand... so funny!!  She has done this from a few weeks old and I still catch her staring at her hand spinning.  Her feet and hands go crazy when she gets excited.  I love it!!

#28 Road_to_somewhere

Posted 02 November 2008 - 11:48 AM

I can't believe the Paed made you go!
I asked my Paed about this just the other day and he said he would only send if they weren't doing this!  grin.gif

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