I have a wonderful 1 year old. He knows his name, he smiles all the time, he reacts to things and people he sees, and he laughs all the time. But other things he is about 4 or 5 months behind on. He can rock on all 4s for a short period of time, but not for long. He can sit, but will not move from that position. He can not crawl or walk. He can stand, but not on his own. He can not sit from a standing position. He can not sit up from a laying position and can not lay from a sitting position. He can not pull himself up. When you pick him up, there is no help. His arms just are floppy and he doesn't help by lifting with his legs. Now, when he is standing, he can bounce and he loves the bouncer. He jumps in that like crazy (we just got that thinking it might help him start to walk). He also does not talk. He makes noises and babbles, but he has not association with any words.Answer Question
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