Thursday, September 23, 2010

CluEleSs!

Actual conversation in our house this week:
Kevin: Why are you vacuuming? You just did that two days ago.
Me: I am trying to do better. When we have a baby we are going to have to keep the floors cleaner. A baby can't crawl around in this.
Kevin: You mean a toddler. Babies don't crawl.
Me: No, it will be crawling by the time it is 3 or 4 months old.
Kevin: You have no clue either. Do you?
Me: Not a ONE!
(Insert our bursting into laughter here)

So....when do babies start crawling? Ha! And, how did we get to be 37 years old and so clueless about babies!?!

2 comments:

Michelle said...

FUNNY! Toddlers are called that because they "toddle" - kind of walk around all wobbly. Babies crawl. They roll over at about 3 or 4 months and begin to crawl anywhere from 6 to 9 months usually but some skip crawling all together and go straight to cruising (holding on to furniture while trying to walk). I get dibs on getting you the "What to Expect the First Year" book which is a month-to-month guide and the only way I made it thru my 1st year with baby!

Lindsey said...

Hahahah!! I didn't know either until Carson arrived!! He crawled at 9 months but was rolling and getting around and doing the army crawl thing around 6 to 7 months. You will have PLENTY of time to prepare!!