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Baby boy, close to a year or less, stomach down on a mattress, arms and legs up, tries to balance himself on his tummy. Kicks his legs and arm, looks up at camera, happy baby boy.
Grandpa sits in pink brocade arm chair, proudly holds same adorable, happy baby boy in his lap. They both smile at camera, baby stands up on grandfather's lap.
Three ladies on sofa - '50's mom in the middle with toddler on her lap, looks like two grandmother's sitting on either side of mom. They fuss over toddler.
Toddler stands up holding onto coffee table, mom nearby. Baby turns and looks at camera. Mom holds toddler steady as he tries to walk.
Toddler sits on lap of grandma, mom presents him with a teddy bear.
Toddler boy in bath tub, plays with toys in tub, splashes, looks up smiles at camera for a moment and continues to splash, having a grand 'ol time. Mom or grandma washes the baby in the tub.
Outside for a walk with man maybe dad (seen from waist down)- baby walks unsteadily, holds dad's hand. Full shot dad holds toddler's hand - happy toddler smiling, laughing for camera.
Pan exterior intricately carved facade of church.
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