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Baby Steps

Baby Steps - to make progress slowly; small steps in order to reach a goal

  • I am taking baby steps after the accident, but I will get there.
  • It is hard to start the new project, so we are taking baby steps.
  • Our teacher always says it is alright to start with baby steps as long as you keep moving.
  • It is very hard for me to clean out the closet after my mother passed away. I can only take baby steps.
  • My sister is learning to swim, but it is very hard for her. She is taking baby steps now, but she will learn to swim.
  • My leg is broken. It is hard to walk, but baby steps are better than nothing.
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