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    Dd2 didn't start crawling till after 10
    Months and then was standing up, waking holding on and walking within weeks!!!!

    Enjoy the non mover while it lasts!! Whole new ball game when they are moving!!

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    DS started crawling at 11 months, before that he was just happy to reach or roll over to grab things! Then
    One day he literally got up and started crawling, and start started walking now at 16 months

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    My boy was 10 months :-)

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    My daughter was 10 months. I was worried too and look back and wish I hadn't been so worried.

    She only has just began walking at 17 months. She got so quick at crawling. I actually miss it

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    DD crawled at 5 months BUT she didn't "talk" till 12 months, I was so scared she would never talk, then she just went crazy with words was saying at least one new one a day.

    My point is... Every child is different and I'd only worry if a child isn't meeting ANY of their milestones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumtoeli View Post
    My DS who is just over 9 months still isn't crawling. He is able to be on his tummy and push up on his arms, sits very well unassisted (just started this at 7.5months) and can roll over but very rarely.

    I haven't been too worried as I know that all kids are different but it seems that all of the kids in our mothers group are crawling, standing and some even walking! He is the only one left who isn't....

    I guess I'm just after some reassurance....any other late bloomers out there?
    Not alone! My daughter rolled at 6.5 months, sat at 7 months, army crawled at 10.5 months and has just turned one and recently started "proper" crawling. She's climbing on things from all fours but is nowhere near standing, let alone walking. One of her playgroup buddies didn't roll til 10 months but is now 13 months and fully RUNNING. Your son will get to things in his own time and in 5 years it won't make a bit of difference what age he started to crawl

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    DD was crawling properly just after her 1st birthday. She's pretty content just to be.


 

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