8 months old baby

Question: My baby not sit independently yet? What should I do

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Answer: Hello darling, Babies might start sitting as early as 4 months old or as late as 9 months. Don't try to rush it.you should make sure she should be able to hold her neck up, have some balance, and have trunk muscles. Put your baby on her back so you can slowly pull her up by her hands to a sitting position.The best way to learn: enticement. Baby loves looking at herself in mirrors already. Try placing one just a little too high for her to see into; this will encourage her to sit up. Another muscle-strengthening idea: Hold your baby under the arms so she can put her feet on the floor. Baby can't stand alone yet, but holding her in that position helps gain more core strength. Hope this will help
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