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Nine months struggles

9-month-old struggles

Having a 9-month-old baby be safe is almost harder than having a toddler stay safe.
I say it's harder only because a 9-month-old baby is still just a baby but is starting to get the sense of I can be independent, but the problem is at 9 months some babies still don't have a sense of what walking is all about so all there getting around is crawling and scaling furniture. All babies get their battle scare around this age and from here on out.
My son is 9 months old and he is a crawling exploring machine whenever he is down and not in his playpen he is crawling and climbing well trying to climb everything just being an exploring. king, I'm usually fine with him out and crawling about but my fiancé and my oldest are helicopter parent and son. I feel that when me and my youngest is hanging out and I'm letting him have some free play he's fine but when my fiancé and my son are around there constantly on him watching making sure he doesn't hurt his self which in returns makes him end up hurting himself. you ever heard the term. if a baby falls let them get back up on their own, so they can learn what pain feels like per-say
Kind of letting them understand they don't always have to cry if they fall down. I always tell my son and fiancé it's ok to let him explore he has to learn for himself yes keep an eye on him make sure he's not touching dangerous stuff like light sockets, cords. Or anything like that and if you do see him scaling something watch him with your eyes and be close by if he's slipping but my youngest son is really good at falling back on his butt and going about his day. Being a mom you know your kids are going to get hurt and your going to have to clean them up so you can't panic and you can't put them in a bubble so you just have to leave them alone and let them do what they got to do. When I'm letting my son get free play it is calm and cool but if his brother and father are around it's anxious and wild. I think it's more of there energy that makes the room feel wobbly if I can say to the point my youngest is all over the place that they both always try to rush and grab him before he falls and then somebody gets hurt. Having a second child is different but not to different in terms of letting your baby explore is a good thing but the battle scars are a bad thing and having a 9-month-old or a toddler or older that's all your going to see for a while till they get better and start to realize that's something they don't want to have. Like my oldest, he is 7 years old and when he was little he had a few bruises but I think now he has more bruises because all he likes to do is jump and flip to make himself get hurt it seems like. but no matter what age are babies get we have to pick them up dust them off and kiss there boo boo's. and tell them they're going to be ok and that as a mother you will always be there to pick them up.

~Now that's Life.TheFLandF~

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