She is walking along furniture, but still won't walk with us holding her hands. I guess she figures it's faster to just have us carry her. She has tried a few times to push herself up to her feet without the assistance of furniture, but she's not quite strong enough yet.
She will say "Mama" and "Dada", but I don't know if she really knows what it means. Dan always points out that she says "dada" when she is excited, and says "mama" when she's upset. I told him that means she knows who to count in a crisis. Sometimes she crawls around looking for me and cries, "Mamamamamama." So I dunno, maybe it is clicking that I am Mama. But hopefully someday she can say it in a happy voice.
London was the perfect sleeper for the longest time, but lately she has been fighting naps and bedtime...and she often wakes up in the middle of the night and won't go back to sleep until she's in bed with us. I've decided one of my New Year's resolutions is to get her back on a schedule. Seriously though, other than the sleeping issues, I don't have much to complain about.
She's quickly becoming my sweet little girl instead of my sweet little baby. But she also just gets more and more fun, so I think I'm ok with that.