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Theo @ 8 Months

Theo has grown a lot in  the last month. He's perfected the army crawl and can go from laying to sitting on his own. He's getting better at his pincher grab and picking up small items.

He has started waving.

He continues to smile at any and everyone.

He currently loves chasing the vacuum, eating real food, being held, playing with Meadow, playing with cords. 

Some days he only has mama milk other days he gets three meals. He inhales bananas and has liked everything he's tried.

He also eats just about anything thats on the ground. I take something out of his mouth on a regular schedule.

He still goes to bed between 7-9 and wakes up 1-3 times at night. Occasionally he sleeps through the night and wakes up around 7:30.

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