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    DS has been cruising the furniture for a few months now and will walk along pushing things but has no confidence or want to let go and walk alone or even stand alone without holding onto anything. He is 13mths.

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    DS1 - Standing at 7 months, walked at 15 months, we were in a shared flat though so not much room. He walked as soon as we moved.
    DS2 - Standing at 6 months an walking at 10 months
    DD - Standing at 7 months, walking at 11months, and
    DS3 - Standing at 8 months and walking just days before his 1st birthday..

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    Pulled up to feet at 7 months and walking steadily at 10 months. He was (and still is) very strong and did all physical stuff really early but is a late talker.

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    I can't remember when he started pulling himself up but I know it was about 15 months when he started walking.

    He also commando crawled for aaages before proper crawling lol.

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    I dont even remember with DS1, he started walking at 7 months, I think he started pulling up and cruising about 6 months.

    DS2 started cruising at 7 months and walked at 11 months.

    DS3 started cruising at around 7-8 months old. He's now 10 months and not walking yet but he's taken a few steps here and there.

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