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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26-04-2016 16:18 #11
26-04-2016 16:20 #12Senior Member
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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.
26-04-2016 16:28 #13
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 -
26-04-2016 17:13 #14
My daughter started walking at 16 months.
26-04-2016 18:08 #15
26-04-2016 18:11 #16
My.dd didn't start walking till just 14 months
26-04-2016 21:42 #17
My little girl didn't walk until 17 months :-)
27-04-2016 03:00 #18
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..
27-04-2016 06:14 #19
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 06:17.
27-04-2016 07:27 #20Member
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This post wasn't even meant to sound like 'my baby is more advanced than yours syndrome', I was just curious to know if there were any other babies born around the same time that aren't quite at the walking stage yet. I'm not worried at all, I'd much rather she took her time!
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