Cy even thought this looked like fun so he gave it a couple of tries before he laid down again.
While we have been at home I am proud to say that my sweet Colby has made HUGE strides in his walking efforts. He can now do so many steps that counting them is silly. He is not totally convinced that this whole walking thing is cooler than his speedy crawling, but he is actually warming up to the idea. Here he is off and walking down to the end of the hallway. Brother is usually there to help, or give an occasional push. Colby is getting so much better each day. Way to go little buddy.
And last but not least, when you are sick at home for several days you learn the feeding patterns of the 60 plus wild turkeys that live in our field. We love waking up each day to see where they are and what they are doing. Each morning Colby is positioned so that he can sit in his chair, eat his waffle and watch his turkeys. He calls to them the entire time. Nate could not be happier and loves standing at the back door watching them. Here is a pic of the turkeys once they make it to the front yard each morning. They then proceed to fly (which is not something turkey's do gracefully) across the road and return late afternoon. There is the occasional bird that decides to run across the road and well, lets just say that is going to be a bad morning when we see one of our friends get hit. Just this morning we almost witnessed a collision. Oh well, I will cross that bridge when I have to, probably through my own tears!