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    DS started crawling around 7 months and was taking his first steps at 10 months.

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    I have very early crawlers and walkers but my besties daughter didnt crawl until just before her 1st birthday (like a couple of days before) and she didnt walk until about 15 months.

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    My dd was commando crawling at 10 months. Properly crawling just after her 1st birthday and she just started walking confidently at 17months.

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    My DS2 was commando crawling at 8 months, crawling properly at 13 months and at 17 months is not yet walking. So yes, he'll be a late walker. Feels like he's still my tiny baby

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    Ds didn't start crawling until 11 months. He didn't ever commando crawl but went straight to proper crawling. A month later he started climbing stairs, pulling himself up and cruising furniture. I don't think it will be long before he walks.

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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?
    Urgh. CHNs often have the worst advice. Babies develop at their own pace. I wouldn't worry, your bub is still really young and is obviously working on getting mobile. I find ds picks up new skills in spurts. So one day he is doing nothing then the next he is doing everything!

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    DS1 didn't crawl till 16 months and didn't walk till 21 months. He is now almost 5 years old and on par with every other kid his age.

    DS2 didn't crawl till 12 months and didn't walk till 16 months. He is now 2.5 years old and, again, on par with his peers.

    I took DS1 to a pediatric physio and they had no concerns - just said he was a late bloomer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    Urgh. CHNs often have the worst advice. Babies develop at their own pace. I wouldn't worry, your bub is still really young and is obviously working on getting mobile. I find ds picks up new skills in spurts. So one day he is doing nothing then the next he is doing everything!
    Yes! He did nothing when he was younger. He was a late roller too. Then in the same week he rolled and sat unaided. He's only just decided he is rolling obsessed in the last few weeks. He just has always seemed to be content to chill. No rush for this kid. Lol.

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    DD didn't crawl until 11.5 months, walked at 16 months so yes, both were late. She sat at 7/8 months but she didn't roll over until 14 months! Anyway, she is now 21 months and running around, she is developmentally average compared to others her age.
    I don't really see how you can make your DS crawl so I wouldn't worry about
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    Dd was a walker. She skipped the crawling stage and went straight to walking. She started walking around 10 months from memory.


 

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