Six Months

Tiny Tin Bird is six whole months old today! Can you believe just how fast the time is going?

Instead of a wriggly, mewling, needy little baby I now have a BIG STRONG BOY who is interested in everything, full of beans, happy, smiley and clever. He can sit up, he can drink from a sippy cup, chews on asparagus, can reach further than I expect him to, can go to sleep on his own, can roll over and over and over all the way across the room, knows when his grandma is on the phone and coooooos at her when she talks to him, knows how to give kisses and cuddles. He laughs and laughs and laughs when I pretend to eat his hands and blow raspberries on his tummy. If I sit him on my head and say “Where’s TTB? Where’s TTB?” and look side to side he leans right forward into my face and gives me a big smile and then I go “HERE’S TTB!” and then he chuckles and chuckles. He has learnt to go bang bang bang with his hands on his highchair tray and his pushchair. He is a little flirt and definitely a show off. He’s the smiliest baby I know. It’s an honour to watch him grow and learn and I love every day with him :-)

(But srsly, 6 months!!!)

19 thoughts on “Six Months

  1. Wow Heather, how time flies, enjoy your little man, another six months and he will be a number (1) xxBrenda

  2. Bless your little TBB, he’s sounds like a great little boy! Unbelievable how far babies get in just 6 months, huh?? Enjoy every second:-)

  3. Try the tearing paper trick! Apparently babies find torn paper hysterical at 6 months (look up ‘laughing paper baby’ on YouTube and you’ll see what I mean).

  4. Try the tearing paper trick! Apparently babies find torn paper hysterical at 6 months (look up \’laughing paper baby\’ on YouTube and you\’ll see what I mean).

  5. Try the tearing paper trick! Apparently babies find torn paper hysterical at 6 months (look up \\\’laughing paper baby\\\’ on YouTube and you\\\’ll see what I mean).

  6. Try the tearing paper trick! Appparently, six month old babies find it hysterical (look up ‘laughing paper baby’ on YouTube and you’ll see what I mean).

  7. Try the tearing paper trick! Appparently, six month old babies find it hysterical (look up ‘laughing paper baby’ on YouTube and you’ll see what I mean).

    Edit: WTF is going on with WordPress and commenting? I’ve never been so frustrated in my life! It tells me the security code is invalid (over and over again, even though I swear it isn’t), and then tells me to stop posting comments so quickly (um, I haven’t actually managed to post one, yet, thanks to you, WordPress!) and then tells me ‘duplicate comment detected, it looks like you’ve already said that’ – even though it hasn’t actually posted! Gaaaaaaaaaaah!

  8. Ah. Now I see it did post all the comments it said it wasn’t posting! Sorry about that! Feel free to delete the duplicates…

  9. I’m so sorry about the stupid security code thing! It’s a bug in wordpress and we have tried to fix it but can’t. It’s so annoying! x

  10. Since having my little one I’ve begun to think that it’s mothers who should be congratulated on their kids birthdays: all the effort, the pain, the joy, the happiness… So happy 6 months day to you!

  11. My eldest is 30 and my youngest is 22 and I wonder where the time has gone, surely it was only last year the youngest was 6 months old! TTB sounds delightful and a credit to you and Andy.
    xx Sandi

  12. I’m a bit late but happy happy happy 6 months TTB! You’re doing very well and have accomplished far more than I have in the last 6 months!!!

    Can’t wait to see what you’re up to after 12 months :) x

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

Security Code: