The little bugger can walk holding one of my hands/fingers no problem. He motors all around the house on his walker without issue. The moment he realizes no one is holding him he sits himself down. He will be 14 months on the 28th! While I am mildly freaking out over this the doctor isn't a bit concerned. Just thinks he's a little more cautious than some toddlers.
Yeah, the development has been a little uneven. He's been walking independently since 10 months, but doesn't talk at all. Not a single word.
To those moms who feel like their children are lagging in one area or two, their brains can only hold so much and when they focus on let's say walking there is going to be an area that is not receiving as much attention. Hang in there usually once they master it they can start focusing on another area. And no I am not an expert but we have 3 therapists who come in on a weekly/biweekly basis and one who has a PhD in Childhood Developmental who assures me not to worry.
@virginiaunicorn11 lol to "deranged". i know what you mean LO is drunk and fearless when bed time is approaching. Thinks he is a pro at walking until he face plants and starts to cry. I know he will be walking soon, 14 months on the 15th.
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I have one twin who can totally walk on her own really well.Then my other girl gets crazy legs and gets too excited to even focus on walking. She gets entirely too silly but can still take steps on her own.So, we're still preferred crawlers/knee walkers. Knee walking is certainly the preferred method of transportation.
Any momma's with 16 month olds not walking on their own yet? Mine is walking with a walker and holding on to the couch, but not on his own yet. We had an appointment with the doctor last week. She will be running some blood tests. I need to also fill out a questionnaire to get him evaluated.