18 months old baby

Question: My boy baby is not yet walking without support... he is 17 months old..

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Answer: Hello dear Every baby is different so are their activities, please note some baby's learn late and its absolutely fine. May be he is getting developed at others areas. Don't worry he will start walking soon. Just keep on massaging ur baby legs daily
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    Ruchika Sharma631 days ago

    Meri gudiya per pura nhi tikati sirf thumb pr chlti h bed pkd kr... Uska pura per jaise tikwau... She is 13 month old... Plzzzz help

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