Or helping with the plowing or hitching up the team?
Now there's a sight I thought I'd never live to see - someone hitching up your wagon while you're fixin' breakfast.
Not all infants follow this pattern of hitching, creeping, and crawling.
excreted via the kidneys, with calcium hitching a ride at the same time.
There are plenty of good restaurants, but go to the Hitching Post for a steak and conjure up that image of that dysfunctional Pinot lover Miles a la Sideways at the bar.
Hitching Post Winery - Gray Hartley and Frank Ostini.
Infants can also get around while remaining in a seated position and pulling themselves with one or both arms, a form of mobility sometimes called hitching or bottom shuffling.
You don't want to spend the happiest day of your life itching and hitching.
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