Inchworms have teeth?

Ours does.

First of all, after many pleadings from his father, Harmon will again be regularly featured on this blog. So just deal with it. The rest of you who want to read every last thing about him, he will still maintain his own blog.

Friday night Harmon decided to stay up all night, or at least to get up every 45 min or hour to cry. We thought maybe it was just for fun, but instead Saturday morning his gums parted and out came a little tooth. Well part of it. On the bottom right. Saturday night he decided to repeat just for fun, but by Sunday night thought it was old and went back to sleeping more. He is working on all four front teeth at the same time, and I would not be surprised to see the other bottom one within a week and the tops soon thereafter.

Today our Long Bean decided that the location of tummy time was boring, and decided to stick his rear into the air and push off his legs to move forward. Add some army crawl arms, and much to my dismay my child is moving himself forward a bit. Now I’m going to have to clean the floors 😛 At least Aaron is happy!

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3 Responses to Inchworms have teeth?

  1. amy says:

    Welcome back, Long Bean, and congrats. The Internet loves you.

  2. Billie and Brian Taggart says:

    Better start brushing those teeth! Crazy tooth lady will be checking them next time she see’s him!

  3. Cheryloxx says:

    Wow! Maybe that’s why Max is waking up more. Though, not nearly like that! So, in the tooth and mobility divisions H is well ahead of M. In the giant kid with a giant head that moves in the middle of the night only to wake up diagonally positioned in bed but appears to have no intention of developing daytime mobility division, M is still on top.

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