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    if a baby doesn't need to be taught these things, then how can we change it? Babies are going to do what they do, they all catch up eventually.

    I am intrigued I had late crawlers, early walkers, barely rolled, so whats wrong with my children.

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    The OP has previously said they are a chiropractor, so perhaps they are trying to drum up business? It sounds like the start of a marketing spiel...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissMuppet View Post
    The OP has previously said they are a chiropractor, so perhaps they are trying to drum up business? It sounds like the start of a marketing spiel...
    Isn't that against bub hub rules??

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    Stupid post. Sounds sus. My baby is 17 months old she crawls, she knee walks, she cruises around furniture, all her mental and fine motor skills are normal, she just is not ready to walk yet. I think she's perfectly normal. She's taking her time to walk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissMuppet View Post
    The OP has previously said they are a chiropractor, so perhaps they are trying to drum up business? It sounds like the start of a marketing spiel...
    Who would listen to her with a post like that anyway. Doesn't sound like a professional to me, who is she to say that babies she has never met are not normal.

    My almost 6 month old isn't rolling or doing much of anything and she is perfectly normal and happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepouts View Post
    Who would listen to her with a post like that anyway. Doesn't sound like a professional to me, who is she to say that babies she has never met are not normal.

    My almost 6 month old isn't rolling or doing much of anything and she is perfectly normal and happy.
    That's kind of my point. I wouldn't pay any attention to the OP's post - I think vested interest is involved.

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