Boodle (3.5 months) is still having a hard time controlling his hands, but he's figured out other ways of getting what he wants. Sometimes he'll cry until we help him walk and then he'll "walk" himself over to the object he wants and wrap his mouth around it. We had a meltdown when I wouldn't let him mouth the power cords in the outlet.

The other day his favorite toy (a stuffed dog in floral print) was on his legs while he was in the car. He couldn't reach it, so he lifted his leg up until it rolled to him. The first time, it rolled off the carseat so my husband put it back on his legs. Then he lifted both legs and it rolled more evenly and ended up right in his lap (where he happily put it in his mouth!)
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