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    Default Not crawling/walking/standing.

    It's been a while since I last participated in the bub hub world. Hello everyone : D

    DD will be 1 at the end of this month and she isn't crawling, she isn't standing and she it's walking. I'm not too worried about her not walking but I am a little worried about her not crawling or trying to stand up. Does this sound normal to anyone?

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    No advice, but welcome back

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    Honestly, no. I would be asking for a referral to a Paed and getting their professional opinion.

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    Welcome back!

    How long does she spend tummy time etc? Babies do things in their own time. If you're worried get a referral to see a paed or see your GP.

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    Does she try to crawl, commando style or shuffle around?

    Babies differ so greatly in their development, my DD2 didn't walk until 15mths, she crawled around the 10mth mark. Speak to your GP, they will refer you to a pead if necessary.

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    My twins weren't either and are now only bum shuffling, maneuvering in a small way and standing if we hold them up, at 14 months. Still no proper crawling etc.
    We had then checked by two paeds for muscle tone etc. apparently it's all fine. We've been to physio but it hasn't helped. Nothing she suggested has made a difference.
    So now we wait! It's frustrating and I do worry but the paeds both told me 18 months is still normal, just on the very slow end of normal! So until then they don't worry.
    I found ruling out physical problems was good if you are able.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquillah View Post
    Honestly, no. I would be asking for a referral to a Paed and getting their professional opinion.
    Me too.

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    My DD never crawled or pulled herself up on anything but she did like to walk holding our hands by 10 months. Does your lo do that? At 12 months dd walked but still never crawled til I took her to kinder gym and she liked the soft floor. I don't think it's a problem to be honest

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    I would go to your GP for an assessment/referral and go from there. Babies develop on their own schedules but without seeing a paed/physio/OT or other specialist you won't know if it's normal or a sign of an underlying problem. If there is an underlying issue, the sooner you find out the sooner you can get help for it. Good luck !

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    In my mums group of 9 babies one of them was the same as your child at 1yr. Now 14m she rocks on her knees and moves a bit. Still not actively crawling. They said she tried to stand in the bath the other day. She has been accessed by physio and they said she's fine but personally if it was my child I would be getting it checked

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