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    Default 14 month old - walking all wobbly. Normal??

    My 14 month old started walking about a month and a half ago but she is constantly falling over or walks really wobbly.
    Is this normal? How long does it take for them to get their balance and be completely in control??

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    Takes a while to get their balance.

    Just keep offering soft places to fall!!


 

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