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    Crawling approx 7 months, walking at 12 months. She took a step here and there at about 11 months, then walked across a room at 12 months and never stopped.

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    Crawling at 5 months, cruising furniture at 6 months, walking at 13 months. She would have physically been able to walk much sooner but was stubborn, the first time she first took a step she walked from one end of the house to the other as if she had been doing it for years.

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    Crawling at 6mths, cruising at 7mths, walking at 12mths.

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    DD crawled at 9 mths and walked at 16mths

    DS commando crawled at 6 mths, crawled at 10mths and walked at 11.5mths.

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    DD cruised before she could crawl. I think she was cruising at about 8 months and crawling at about 9-10 months, walking at 11 months. DS was similar.

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    DS army crawled at 9 months, crawled,properly at 10 months and walked at 13 1/2 months.

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    Dd crawled at 7mths, not sure about cruising, walking happily by 10mths (1st step just after 9mths)

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    DD1 crawled at 5/6mths & walked at 9mths

    DD2 crawled at 8/9mths & walked at 14mths

    DS crawled at 9mths and is only just cruising now and he turns 1 in 2wks


 

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