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    My eldest was 13m1w when she decided to walk. My nephew was 18 months but just incredibly lazy lol. He was always happy to just sit and watch everyone.

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    Our boy was pulling himself up and standing at about 12 months I think but has only just started walking independently in the last month at age 19 months. Before that he would only take one step on his own to go from one support to another. Wouldn't even walk holding our hands. As PPs have said, I really wouldn't worry until she's 2yrs old.

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    Yup! DS was 17 months and went from cruising to running basically overnight. I remember worrying too...

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    I am worried too...my baby girl is 11 months and not even crawling!! My son didn't walk until 17 months, but he was crawling at 11 months.

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    Don't stress yet. Sounds normal to me. My son didn't sit up properly unsupported till 6 months! Didn't crawl till 9 and didn't walk till 15!

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    DS is 14.5mths & finally took his first independent steps this evening

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    Thanks girls shes getting very good with her words!!! She says mummy, daddy, nanny, a e I o u. (Even the paed was very impressed!) She doesnt seem to like toys etc much so it drives me a bit batty so I spend most the day talking to her crawling around with her

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    Yep! DD was standing at 9/10 months and didn't walk til 14 months


 

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