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    At 6months my ds could roll but didn't very often at all. Then he was sitting by 7.5 months, crawled at 8 months and by 9 months was pulling to stand. Crusing at 10months, steps at 12 months, walked at closer to 14 months. Now at 4 does not stop moving!

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    My eldest was rolling at 3 months.. My youngest at 7 months. It all varies. Don't stress.

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    DS did nothing at 6 months either. Then in the last week just before he turned 7 months he rolled and sat up in the same week. Now at 8 months is starting to roll the other way(tummy to back) and starting to attempt movement on his belly but not quite managing more then kicking his legs out and bouncing on his belly. I'm not worried and you shouldn't be either. They will do things in their own time.

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    It's just so hard seeing all the other babies doing stuff & DD is still just stuck! I think I might wag mothers group this week & just enjoy my little munchkin!
    I'm going to stop worrying until her 8 month check & get a referral then if needed.

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    Yep, take a week off and enjoy her for the brilliant bub she is.

    Ps we have some competitive friends who are always informing us what their Dd is now doing and instead of worrying that DS is behind her even though she is a month younger I just enjoy DS and help work on his skills. I don't even pay any mind to it anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Yep, take a week off and enjoy her for the brilliant bub she is.

    Ps we have some competitive friends who are always informing us what their Dd is now doing and instead of worrying that DS is behind her even though she is a month younger I just enjoy DS and help work on his skills. I don't even pay any mind to it anymore.
    Ugh competitive mothers are the absolute pits!!!! Like there is some fabulous prize for the first to roll, crawl, walk etc. They all do it eventually! We don't line them up when they start school and ask them how old they were when they rolled over. Gah!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippa View Post
    Ugh competitive mothers are the absolute pits!!!! Like there is some fabulous prize for the first to roll, crawl, walk etc. They all do it eventually! We don't line them up when they start school and ask them how old they were when they rolled over. Gah!!!
    Has done my head in from the second she was born. Now I just avoid them as much as possible and take it with a grain of salt. And this case it's not just the mother, the father is every bit is bad.

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