i know many babies learn to walk at home and on their barefeet. but is it okay for them? will they get proper balance? or better balance than they would with baby shoes made for learning to walk? which is better, letting your little one explore and learn to walk in his bare feet, or putting the baby shoes made for learning to walk on him?
part 2: my 4 month old son seems to have no interest in crawling. he loves lifting his head very strongly during tummy time and rolling over, but thats it. he takes a very huge interest however in standing up straight and moving his feet to walk with our help. is it possible that he could skip crawling altogether? ive heard of this. and am i worrying about him crawling too early since hes only 4 months old? will he maybe show an interest in crawling in another month or soon?
Asked by Anonymous at 1:46 AM on May. 19, 2010 in Babies (0-12 months)
Babies are not supposed to walk with shoes, it causes lots of deformation of the bones in the legs and soles. Part 2: your baby does what most babies do, take steps, is normal not to crawl yet, 5-6 months is usually on the early side too, I would say he will crawl well around 8. Yes, some skip it, the real chubby ones mostly, they start walking though at around 10-11 months.
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