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my baby has found her hands!

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mrsshears Sat 01-Sep-12 18:17:00

dd3 is 12 weeks and has been chewing her fists for a few weeks and trying to hit her toy bar on her bouncer, over the last few days she has been holding her fist in front of her and staring intently at it, then today she grabbed one of the toys and held onto it and hasn't stopped doing it since! it's so lovely to watch her developing day by day smile

blushingmare Sat 01-Sep-12 18:20:01

Yey! My 12wo dd is doing exactly the same, although hasn't managed to grab anything yet - I'm willing her on! She's also found her voice this week and is enjoying trying it out at 5am!

blushingmare Sat 01-Sep-12 18:22:25

When she stares so intently at her hands like that, I imagine her saying to herself "well they look very beautiful, but what on earth are they for"!! grin

mrsshears Sat 01-Sep-12 18:36:40

grin blushingmare

we keep shouting " look everyone i've got a hand! "

TyrionTheImp Sat 01-Sep-12 18:38:22

Wait till you get the 'fuck me I have feet too?' phase. It's hilarious.

blushingmare Sat 01-Sep-12 19:11:13

He he he gringrin

TangleStash Sun 02-Sep-12 04:44:21

Mine too! My 12 week old DD is obsessed with her hands right now, she's grabbing everything in sight and even practicing in her sleep.
Love it.

Flosie1989 Sun 02-Sep-12 12:00:46

It's so lovely isn't it! My DD is 17 weeks old and puts everything in her mouth well she tries anyway! The other day she was trying her hardest to fit a whole loaf of bread (in the bag) in her mouth and when she couldn't she was getting so cross with herself! grin

I've got a couple of small toys that you can Velcro round her wrists or ankles so when she waves her hands and feet about this crazy pink butterfly will move too! I'd recommend them. The more the toy moves the more she moves her feet or hands grin funny as she doesn't know she's actually doing it!

HKat Mon 03-Sep-12 04:28:54

Ooh Flosie1989 where did you get those Velcro toy thingamebobs? My DD is the same age and will love those I think! smile

Flosie1989 Mon 03-Sep-12 05:34:52

hkat Ahh my friend got then for me so I don't know! sad I could ask her as I'm seeing her today, I'll let you know smile

JavaFee Mon 03-Sep-12 11:25:31

My DD had a set of wrist and foot rattles from Lamaze. They are quite cute, you can buy them from Amazon.

TheLaineyWayIsEssex Mon 03-Sep-12 11:27:54

There are some of the wrist rattle/footfinders here though I got mine from Debenhams

HKat Mon 03-Sep-12 11:28:27

Cheers! smile

Wait till she finds her feet! I'm going through the nightmare of having to wrestle ds's toes out of his mouth every time I want to dress him, change a nappy, strap him into anything, give him a bottle grin
He's also discovered that he can squeal at a really high pitch!

Flosie1989 Mon 03-Sep-12 12:07:42

hkat they were bought at mothercare smile but those on the link look good too!

afshanmkhan Mon 03-Sep-12 14:38:36

My son is 22 weeks and still favours his hands more than his feet! He holds his feet and looks at them intently when the toes curl grin its really hilarious! He took his time playing with his hands and would be all wet after a good session wink but he isnt enjoying his feet much. He is almost crawling so doesnt spend much time on his back now smile but its soooo much fun watching them. I keep making short videos with my phone all the time!!!

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