She's rolled. She's crawled. And now she walks.
Kerrington started taking steps before her birthday, but they were isolated ones. Her first step was witnessed by Reese and a dear college student who was at our house for dinner. (If a baby takes a first step and the parents don't see it, does it still count?)
Over the next weeks, she'd take two or three steps at a time and then happily revert to crawling. Gradually her stamina increased to four or five steps, then seven or eight, all the while extending her arms for balance.
Today, there seems to be no limit. She's crossing the room. She's navigating her way down the hallway.
Go, little biped, go.