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    Default Was your late crawler a late walker?

    Or did they up and walk not too long after learning to crawl? DS is 10 months today and only commando crawling in circles.

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    Dd3 didn't crawl until 12 months and was almost 2 before she started walking

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    Going back a few years :-) but I apparently never crawled... walked just after 1st birthday

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    DS crawled at exactly 9months, one week later he was walking

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    Don't think it's really related as sometimes the ones that don't crawl well walk quicker as they are frustrating at not getting around. My DS only started crawling at 10 months and at almost 15 months he's only getting close to walking now so he's been a bit late in both. Really not bothered though as he's showing all signs do being able to so no developmental or physical problems so why worry about whether it takes a few months longer. I'm sure people with early walkers prob would have wanted a bit longer as I think it's much harder work once they are on their feet!!

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    My dd crawled for 1 day and then was off running. This was at 13 months.

    My ds crawled at 5 months but didn't walk until 17.5 months

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    Interesting. I ask because I have the words of a CHN rattling around my head and we all know what gems they come out with. She told me that I have to get him moving because for every delay, the next developmental milestone will also be delayed. Get him moving?? How am I meant to make him start crawling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Or did they up and walk not too long after learning to crawl? DS is 10 months today and only commando crawling in circles.
    Dd2 only commando crawled can't remember what age she started but at 11.5 months she walked

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Interesting. I ask because I have the words of a CHN rattling around my head and we all know what gems they come out with. She told me that I have to get him moving because for every delay, the next developmental milestone will also be delayed. Get him moving?? How am I meant to make him start crawling?
    Haha that is a gem! How can you make him crawl! Crazy!
    She sounds like a great CHN, I wouldn't be going back.

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    Don't worry about this nurse. 10 months isn't too late to start crawling. And he seems to be moving. All babies are different!


 

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