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    Hope these posts are making you feel reassured OP.

    My DS didn't walk until 15 months. I also work with a fellow who's daughter didn't walk until 19 months (for no reason other than being a late walker).

    Too soon to worry.

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    They are all different and there is a wide range of normal.
    My DD walked at 12mths, DS1 at 10 mths and DS2 at 16mths... all have completely normal development.

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    My first didn't walk till 15 months trust me the later they walk the better. I cringe when seeing really young babies walking such hard work.

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    I agree with everyone else here that it is nothing to worry about-

    Mind you, sometimes it can help to hear these sorts of things from a doctor for peace of mind. I'm not suggesting that because I think it's abnormal (and posters have confirmed it definitely isn't 😊) but sometimes I just think for that little voice inside that keeps bugging if it would help then check it out and get things confirmed -

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    My daughter started walking at 16 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flowers21 View Post
    My first didn't walk till 15 months trust me the later they walk the better. I cringe when seeing really young babies walking such hard work.
    Haha yes. My DD started crawling at 4 months and everyone was like 'oh that's amazing, so early, how clever' and I'm like, no, It's not a good thing! Hard work alright.

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    My.dd didn't start walking till just 14 months

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    My little girl didn't walk until 17 months :-)

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    My dd2 was 14 or 15 months when she took her first unaided steps. 18 months before she could walk competently..

    I agree with pp that if you need further reassurance, make an appointment with your gp..

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    Default Still not walking...

    I'm kinda shocked the op mentioned that on another forum that all the other babies are walking before 12 months (actually more like 10 months)?!?
    I call bull****. Sounds like a bit of my baby is more advanced than yours syndrome.
    Any walking before 12 months is considered "early".
    Time to stick to bubhub or a more realistic forum.
    Last edited by Little Miss Sunshine; 27-04-2016 at 07:17.

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