9mth plus, yet not able to stand well
LO 9mth plus yet still cannot stand on her own for more than 5sec ):
It's actually quite normal :) Nothing to worry. Working with infants, they all have different timings. Just enjoy it while it last 😉
I think it's fine, you may want to consult the pediatrician on your next visit...
No rush. Every child is differen
Don't rush your child. Some even 18months then can walk
My LO start to walk unassisted by 13 months. Still rmbr her birthday, she can only stand walk abit and fall. And now she 17 months running non stop and love walking. 😂 Every child is different. Just slowly keep guiding her..Read more
Every child is different.
Every baby is different. Mine only stand on own at close to 12 months old. :)
I think it’s fine cause all babies are not the same. Maybe she will hit the milestone a little later.
It may not be surprising that it is taking her a bit longer to stand than other kids her age
- Hello all!! My LO is still not able to stand on her own at 10 months 3 days. Is that a worrying factor? ?
Nothing to worry. My baby only manage to crawl at 10 month 2 weeks later she start to stand. Now my baby is 13 month My friend son 2 weeks younger than my daughter he can walk. Different baby hit milestone at different time.Anonymous
- 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?
2 year is on the far end of the usual timeframe for kids to walk. You should definitely consult your kid's pediatrician in this matter. He might be able to guide you better, and point to the right resources.Pooja Khatri