Life with my 11 wonderful children.My youngest daughter Ruby is blessed with Down Syndrome.
LOL! Yep! She's got it! I have a favorite photo of Sean, roughly her age, sucking on his toes!Ruby is such a darling! I love the last photo, especially!
just a little flexible, I must say :)I always get comments on william's flexability....as a matter of fact i just took a picture I am going to share on here.....it is W sitting at the table eating...he is folded in half with his feet on the table it was crazy! Silly thing
she is too cute!
Love it. Now that Jax has more energy and is moving around, he is starting to bring those legs up. Its my favorite DS thing.
Check her out! That is some crazy flexibility! And I love the "all played out" pictures, TOO FUNNY!
OK picture 2 and 3 are unbelievable! it looks like a fake leg placed in the chair!Amazing!
Yah that is pretty flexible. I am sure Wysdom will follow her path he is showing us some of that now. However it looks pretty hard to do in a highchair though.:)
Wow! That is incredible!!
Doesn't crack you up at how bendy they are, makes me hurt sometimes. Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving.
It's crazy how fexible our children are, sometimes it looks like somethings definately going to break off. Really cute how Ruby is trying to manouver herself around in that chair, legs sticking out of everywhere.
LOL oh yeah, the flexibility that extra chromosome provides!
Jessie used to do some things that freaked me out just a bit when she was little. Although still flexible (don't know if it's that she's taller, longer legs?) she doesn't do such crazy stuff anymore. I had read about it, but the first time she sat up by laying on her tummy and moving her legs clear around from behind her to in front - that was too freaky too watch! It wasn't good for her to do and we corrected that as she grew stronger. Sweet pictures!
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