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    Default 13m and not walking?

    Dd has been standing since she was 10m shes now 13m. Why wont she walk? Is this normal??

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    My dd didnt walk until 15 months so perfectly normal. Enjoy it now because they then learn to run!

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    From my understanding, they don't learn to walk and develop their cognitive behaviours simultaneously. For me, I found that was true, they would either go through a speaking phase and then a walking phase and for my two they were completely different, DD walked earlier but was later with communicating than DS.

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    DD didn't walk until 14 months and of the babies in my mums group there was a whole range between 12 - almost 18 months.

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    DD is almost 18 months and she's only taken 4 steps so far.

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    Please don't be concerned yet.

    My DS didn't walk until he was 15 months old.

    My god daughter didn't walk until 19 months, despite being quite an advanced talker. She is a very intelligent girl.

    Also a co-worker of mine's daughter was still bum shuffling to get around at 19 months old. There were concerns, but she walks perfectly normally now, she was simply late to walk.

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    Quite normal Monnie- DS didn't walk until 16 months - my Dr said as long as he was standing and walking around holding on to things up to 18 months is quiet normal - he literally just got up one day and started walking

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    DD1 was 12 months, DD2 was 9 months and DS1 15 months. All normal.

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    DD was around 13-14 months I think.

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    Try not to stress yet, there's still plenty of time! My niece and nephew both didn't walk until 16 months. She's standing so that's really good, shows she can bare weight so I wouldn't worry. She will just take off one day and you wont even know what to do with yourself!


 

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