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1. Baby Unable to Creep?
Baby Unable to Creep?
Once a baby has reached a certain age they are expected to be able to perform certain tasks. If your baby is 8-9 months he/she should already be creeping and crawling! If not you may be starting to worry. If this is the case then one of my first suggestions would be to encourage baby to spend mor...
Parenting & Kids - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 05:50:45
2. Is Your 10 Month Old Unable to Sit Alone?
As your baby grows and begins creeping around on the floor she will begin to pay attention to her surrounding environment. She will discover that there are many interesting objects above her, just out of reach, and begin to push herself up into the seated position to reach for them. The seated po...
parenting-and-kids - Wed, 07 May 2014 03:24:39
3. Teach Baby How To Roll Over
Babies usually develop the ability to roll from their backs to their stomachs at around the 6 to 7 months old stage. However, this skill may be seen as early as 4 months in some babies. On the other hand, the ability to roll over to get a toy out of reach may not present itself until a baby is 9 ...
parenting-and-kids - Wed, 07 May 2014 03:21:01
4. Is Crawling Important? YES!
Many health care professionals like myself who are involved in early childhood development always recommend to parents that they help their babies learn to creep and crawl. These development stages are important because of the long term benefits they provide. There are a host of advantages that a...
healthy-living - Thu, 13 Feb 2014 11:24:23
5. Infant Development: Head Control
Head control is one of the earliest skills your baby will develop. Without proper head control your baby will not be able to look around the room and explore her environment. In addition, if your baby has a wobbly head she may spend most of her time just trying to control and stabilize her head. ...
parenting-and-kids - Mon, 20 Jan 2014 10:48:05
6. Infant Development: Creeping
Most babies typically begin creeping (on stomach) at or around the 6-7 month mark, However, there is a considerable amount of coordination and strength of the trunk and upper/lower extremities that must be present for creeping to occur.
parenting-and-kids - Sun, 19 Jan 2014 20:02:12

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