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Sam's been clapping forever, but no waving or pointing at all. Was trying to remember when DS1 started waving...I feel like he was by 10mon, but maybe I'm wrong. Will have to pull out the baby book.
He understands "high five", though, and will do that on command.
ETA: DS1 waved at 10mon and pointed at 11mon, at least that's what I have recorded. I'm not worried yet.
Bay waved 1 time and that is it.
She has been clapping for forever
She just started to point in the last few days
I wouldnt be worried yet. :)
DD started clapping about a week ago, I think? Around 11 months. She does wave. She does not point.
I think he's probably fine. You could try getting all excited when he does one of those things by accident, and see if you can get him to repeat it.
Evie is a NAIT baby
TTC #2 while BFing Cycle 7
DD has been waving for a while but everyday when I leave for work I wave to her and my mom would help her wave back, eventually she started doing it on her own.
She JUST started clapping last Wed. On Monday DH had taken pots and pans and spoons out for her to bang on. They both just ended up using the spoons and banging them together, it was like that triggered something for her she just started clapping.
And she is no where near close to pointing.
Ella just started clapping last Friday. She's been waving for awhile, but just started doing it consistantly. She will randomly point at things, so I'm not sure there is any meaning behind it. And, it's a full fist point, not a single finger if that matters. :) I wouldn't worry. I know that's a lot easier said than done!!