When Ryan was about 3 months old, I decided that I would like to send him to Gym*boree classes to develop his motor and social skills. One funny reaction that I got was " You spend how much ? To crawl? don't they eventually do that on their own?waste of money" blah blah blah... I'm not going to bother to justify my decision, my son, my money = not your problem (haha)
Anyway, Ryan started scooting/crawling when he's about 6 1/2 months. At that time, his movements was jerky and slow, it wasn't that hard to keep up with him... nowadays, you'll be lucky if you manage to stop his mischief-in-progress. I guess boys will be boys :p
When he's in class the instructors will encourage Ryan to climb and utilize all the slides, swings etc The play gym is brightly coloured and fun to be in...
where he is encourage to crawl into to develop his motor skills and confidence
My little ulat gonggok who is all over the place
Look who's practicing his climbing skills. I think he's a bit confused, when he's in school we'll be pushing him to move around but at home... everybody will be screaming "NO, Ryan Don't" everywhere he goes... Lasak!!!
We bought the bed grill to stop Ryan from crawling down the bed, Imagine my amazement when he managed to climb and stand independently holding the rails for support less than 2 weeks later. Maybe we have to downgrade and start sleeping on the floor for safety purposes :p
Big boy have also start insisting on feeding himself. Look at how he grabs the spoon from my hand
Sitting in his portable high chair :)
An apple a day keeps the doctor away...
Anyway Ryan have also develop a not so cute perangai where he will stomp his feet and start screaming away when things don't go his way. You know what really annoys me?
"Do you know when he starts stomping his feet, I told your dad, he's acting just like his mother" - My mother's comments
Thanks so much mum, god knows how the statement is helping other than annoying me even more hahaha :p