I did not realise until I had children of my own,but how moving is the original 'winnie the poo' book at the very end, when Christopher robin and poo are talking on the bridge and Poo ask Christopher if he will always visit him in the woods and Christopher says 'always' but catches himself realising that he is growing up and this will not last forever. It is written in the most moving way and maybe because I have children of my own and I realise they will grow up and their toys ect will be athing of the past might be the reason it touches my heart so much.
My baby who as the foot condition started crawling this weekend.It as been a long hard slog this last year and to see him doing things other babies do is one worry lifted. next is the walking bit which he is at the very best a good 10 months away because of his feet, but you never know he may shock us and start early.
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