Crazy!!!! My 14 moth old is doing the EXACT same thing!!!BTW, congrats on keeping your wonderful governor. :(
Getting ready to learn somersaults?I hope you'll stop by my Wordless Wednesday post. Hint: It's really, really big!
My daughter does the same thing, it's so funny and so cute!
I love it when babies do that. Pretty soon she'll figure out how to finish off with a somersault. when my kids would do that, I'd push their bottoms and they'd roll over in a somersault they and would LAUGH AND LAUGH
There's an old wives tale that says when children do this they are in the presence of someone expecting a baby. I have found that it's about 60% accurate...you know, more times than not, but definitley not something set in stone.
My son does this all the time! He thinks we can't see him ;)
She likes to see the world upside-down. Happy WW.
The letter A!
That is adorable. So cute.Happy Wordless Wednesday!
My son does that too. Maybe this is another secret superhero identity of some sort :)
The world looks so much cooler upside-down! :)
Lucy is so cute in her special pose!! My three year old granddaughter does this too, but on the sofa...I love Lucy,s Halloween costume.. Come over and see my three granddaughter;s in their costumes... Thanks for sharing. Baba
All my kids have done that. We always say "upside-down baby" and they do it some more. It's just cute. Just a different perspective I guess
too cute! my son is obsessed right now with walking or crawling between our legs! sometimes it is hard to even walk across the room without him tripping you!
We called this the stink bug..this is how some babies actually learn to crawl. they push their head across the floor. LOL!!! TOO CUTE!!!
My girlies did this exact same thing and Moodle now does forward rolls, Jim Jam kind of just goes sideways, but Lucy looks like she is getting ready to do the sameSweetxx
My cousin's boy does the exact same thing! They just call it a trick.
I believe this one is "Downward Dog". You've got a little yogi on your hands. :)My son started doing this right before he learned to walk (around 12 months). Soon he figured out he could balance on his head and drive a truck with one hand. No somersaults here yet... (17.5 months).
Duh. She is turning her frown upside down! (Or at least telling you to....)