6 months old baby

Question: My baby is almost 6 months but still she can't sit , what is the reason?

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Answer: Hi.. it is completely normal. Every baby is different. My son started sitting in his 7th month. Started walking when he is 14 months. Keep training your baby. Make her sit with your support. But don't strain her at all. Once she understands this position and is confident, she herself will start exploring. Hope this helps.
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    AndrewHkelvin Chettri932 days ago

    Thank you very much

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