7 months old baby

Question: My baby started turning from 3 months of her age now she is 7 months completed and sitting without support for few minutes but not yet crowling. please advice

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Answer: Hi Nothing to worry.she is passing every milestone very well.once she starts sitting on her own she will start to crawl.make her to sit with pillow s behind her for support.put toys she z interested in before her and encourage her to crawl she will definitely do crawl.increased tummy time also helps in crawling
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