She’s growing so fast. But you know, I’ve been able to slowly work into the toddler world with Jordan. The lucky part of not having a walking toddler is how I’ve been able to watch her personality grow, her language grow… Her love of the world and communication grow. I’m not focusing my attention on her need for walking speed. She scoots fast, but it isn’t as efficient as walking. And that gives me more time to hold her, sit with her and just play. At this age, Cam was so on the go, my head was spinning. My world with Jordan is going to change into something like that soon. But I have to say I’m lucky to have enjoyed an extended “baby time.” But with more communication. Girl knows what she wants and I’m getting good at reading it.
Jordan is doing a fantastic job at walking with my help. It’s a really new thing. I hold onto her hips and she is moving – both left and right foot going forward. I’m thrilled. I’m scared. I hope we’ll be able to continue to make so much progress. I got an email from a parent web page that said: “Happy 15 month old birthday. At this age, 90 percent of kids walk.” I shouldn’t care. But I do… Just a little bit.
One other little note: Her top molars started poking through this week. Must be why her nose has been drippy and her cough returned. She still doesn’t drool.