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When do children start walking?

Posted: Fri Aug 03, 2018 5:58 am
by renhan
Children develop at a rapid pace. One of the most anticipated skills of parents in the development of the child — is the ability to walk. Therefore, parents often ask the question: When will my child start to walk? And here you can give a short answer: When it is ready! The development of each child is strictly individual. Therefore, no one can give an exact period when a particular child will go. ;)

Re: When do children start walking?

Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:15 am
by ichigo
the age at which the child should start walking himself, on average about a year. However, this does not mean that all the children begin to take the first steps at 12 months. The norm is the period from 9 months to about 1.5 years. First, the kid tries to get up, then makes trial steps, holding the furniture or the adult's hand. And only after making independent attempts to walk.

Re: When do children start walking?

Posted: Sun Aug 12, 2018 9:57 am
by renhan
No need to worry if your 6-month-old baby has not yet learned to babble, sit without support, reach out to the desired object, stand on legs, distinguish between friends and strangers or eat solid food - all these skills can appear a little later.
But there are skills, the lack of which the baby should be wary. These include:
Coups with belly and back and back.
Lifting the upper body in the supine position.
Ability to sit with support.
Head turns to see the world around.

Re: When do children start walking?

Posted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 7:53 pm
by renhan
Pediatricians consider it important to apply in the first two hours of a child's life to the mother's breast. As they believe, at this time between the child and the mother creates an "emotional contact". This is when the mother begins to feel the baby at a distance, his feelings, needs. Much important in this period of the child's life is food. On average, for the first month of the child gaining weight about 600-700 grams. In no case should not be in a hurry while feeding the child. After all, when he eats his mother's milk, he also enjoys the warmth and care of his mother.