My DD is almost a year and she will slowly scoot on her bum to get where she needs to. She will stand if I stand her, with something to hold onto, but won't pull herself up. I will leave her toys out of reach and encourage her. Her older brother and sister will try to give her whatever she is fussing for. I have no problem with her not crawling or walking just yet but when I posted a questions last night to see if anyone else had a lazy baby I was told to talk to her dr and such. I'm not worried about her. She seems healthy and is starting to talk and show's plenty of other developmental skills.
Did anyone else have a late crawler, walker? If so we're you concerned about it or did you just go with the flow?
Answer by Cynthje at 11:12 AM on Mar. 12, 2009
Answer by kboney29 at 11:09 AM on Mar. 12, 2009
My daughter didn't learn how to crawl until she was about 13 months. I was very concerned because, she had a lot of other developmental delays. But then if I put everything in perspective she wasn't a "normal" baby. We were hospitalized numerous amounts of times, so that could've added to the delay as well. She also has medical problems which can cause her to have a more difficult time in learning. She finally started walking at 17 months of age. They were going to perform another MRI once she turned 18 months old if she wasn't walking by then. But she proved all of us wrong! She has been on the go ever since!! Just very clumsy, and she is 3!! If your not worried about it, then their is no reason for concern if their isn't any reason for it. If she is up with all of her peers on other things I would just let her do what she wants to do! She will learn in time!
Answer by ali_1107 at 11:13 AM on Mar. 12, 2009
Answer by BubbysMom208 at 12:12 PM on Mar. 12, 2009
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