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    DD3 is 12 months and has hip dysplasia. She wasn't standing either so I had a session with a paediatric physio and it was fabulous. She just gave me lots of tips to encourage her to stand on her own. I was told by her orthopod not to worry but I just felt it wasn't right.

    Definitely see someone if you feel it's not right. I'd start with a paediatric physio but that's probably because I had such amazing success so quickly. Good luck.

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    Thank you ladies.. I'll continue to practice with her until her one year check up and we'll go from there.


 

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