9mth plus, yet not able to stand well
LO 9mth plus yet still cannot stand on her own for more than 5sec ):
Every child is different.
No rush. Every child is differen
This is from the Singapore Medical Journal:)
Don't rush your child. Some even 18months then can walk
Every child is unique. Give your child some time to learn
Every baby is different. Mine only stand on own at close to 12 months old. :)
I think it's fine, you may want to consult the pediatrician on your next visit...
It may not be surprising that it is taking her a bit longer to stand than other kids her age
I think it’s fine cause all babies are not the same. Maybe she will hit the milestone a little later.
- Hello all!! My LO is still not able to stand on her own at 10 months 3 days. Is that a worrying factor? ?
As in to pull herself up? It’s okay:) different babies take different amounts of time to do so. My first LO could crawl at about 11 months, stand without support after 12 months, and only walk independently at 16 months. But now she’s running, hopping and jumping:) My second LO seems to be a bit faster in her motor milestones. I just let them go at their own paceAnonymous
- Hi, should I be worried if my baby haven't learn to sit up on her own? We lay her on her back she would cry for us to lend her our fingers to hold and get up.. She is trying to crawl now (only 3 steps) and using us to stand up but still worried she is not learning to sit up on her own
The first way she sits up on her own should be from her tummy actually. You can continue tummy time and encourage her to go from that position to sitting. Getting up on her own from the lying down position comes much laterAnonymous
- My two-year-old hasn't started walking yet, though he can stand up on his own and walk with support. My wife and I are worried about it. Should we go to a doctor or wait for some more time?
Each child grows and learns differently. The milestone chart is a guideline for us to observe our LO's developmental stages. If your LO and stand stably and walk with support, then most probably he knows how to walk. Try giving him the pre-walker and let him walk with it on his own. You can also hold both his hands and walked him around with you standing. Or you can go down to his level with you squarting infront of him hilding both his hands and encourage him to walk towards you. Then you slowly let go 1 of your hand then when he is more confident let go both hands. Or even put the toy that he likes infront of him and encourage him to go and take it. Sometimes LO could be lazy or lack of confident, thus parents need to encourage and cheer him on. You may want to monitor for awhile first? If still worried, can go and consult doctor for advices=)Pooja Khatri