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#1 of 8 Old 06-20-2003, 03:32 PM - Thead Starter
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Evertime I put Jess in a reclining position he tries to sit up. He literally can pull himself forward with no hands and no help. I have to be really careful when I carry him in the cradle hold because he will do this. He just turned 3 months old(today as a matter of fact) , what the heck is he doing this for? I had the swing in the upright position but have had to lay it back down because he almost threw himself out of it(Thank God for straps), and now he hates being in it. What am I going to do???
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Brandon was like that at an early age also. I swear he came out of the womb trying to stand! He is just a strong little one and there is nothing you can do.
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Good job, Jesse! You're growing up a little too fast for mommy though.

 
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that is great
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Wow, he is growing fast.
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Issac is the same way, but he doesn't get mad if he's reclining in his swing.
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Jonas is the same way. He hates to lay down. He has been trying to set up for several months and prefers standing over setting. There is nothing much you can do about it.
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Ethan is kind of the same way but he likes to stand! He'll get fussy in the reclining position and one day dh tried to make him stand and it worked...he stopped fussing and has been wanting to do it a lot the last few days.
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