He has learned to clap her hands, blow kisses, crawl, babble, sit up... but I'm not sure if she should be doing more than she is. I know all babies are different but I'm not sure if she is behind. She just started crawling, she cannot pull herself up yet, and some others. I'm so proud of her and she seems really smart but people are driving me crazy telling me what their kids were doing at that age.Answer Question
Answer by Desi_Momof4 at 11:26 AM on Aug. 3, 2010
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Answer by SabrenaLeigh at 11:34 AM on Aug. 3, 2010
Your child doesn't need to be advanced and you don't need to teach her tricks so you can be proud of her. What other people say about their kids should not bother you at all, it doesn't matter what their kids do or what they say. Your relationship with your child shouldn't be about pride, it should be about attachment. There should be a symbiotic relationship going on and it shouldn't matter what outsiders say. I guess what I am trying to explain is unconditional love.
Imagine you had a baby with birth defects, genetic disorders, or other problems. Then it could drive you crazy if you listened to other people talk about their kids, you could be devistated. Instead you accept the child you have. I have 3 children and a grandson with genetic disorders.
Answer by Gailll at 11:35 AM on Aug. 3, 2010
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