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    AndrewTheEmu is offline Bubhub Ambassador - tongue in cheek
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    DD started at 7 months.

    She couldn't sit unaided (or without toppling over) until she could crawl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristinandchloe View Post
    Dd wasn't until 11 months, but she was crawling at 4.5 months... Ds was probably about 6.5, and not even looking like crawling anytime soon. He is 7.5 months.
    Similar. My DS was crawling at 4.5 mth but sitting at 10! With child development they say crawling should come before sitting naturally as the child should learn to roll then crawl then pull self up to sit. It's only that us as parents place them in a sitting position before they are naturally able to do it themselves. This is often the case for children with reflux ect. At the end of the day children will develop at different rates. We can't all be good at everything


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    There is interesting info about baby led movements where you don't force (prop) a child to sit as their body is not ready (otherwise they will do it themselves) I think they even recommend highchairs that don't recline till after 9 mths as the baby's spine is really not intended on the pressure of sitting.


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    Syd is 3 and a half months and can sit upright for a bit if you place her that way but she cant balance for too long yet

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    Thanks ladies! wow there is a whole range of age groups when they sit isnt there!? puts my mind at ease a little


 

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