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Question: MY baby has 6 months old but he didn't crawl and he trying to sit
Answer: Hi mommy, the average age for crawling is 9 months, but many babies wait until later to crawl, or may skip this stage entirely.Some infants forgo crawling and proceed directly to pulling themselves up to standing, cruising on furniture, walking with some help, and finally, walking on their own.
Some tips to help: Give your baby plenty of tummy time, starting from birth. By playing on their bellies, babies develop the muscle strength in their shoulders, arms, back and trunk (torso) that helps them learn to crawl.
Encourage your baby to reach for the toys she is interested in. Lay interesting toys at just a short distance from your almost-crawler. See if she is able to move herself toward these objects.
Make sure your baby has space to explore that is safe and supervised.Now is the time to begin child-proofing your home. Take a walk through (or better yet, a crawl-through) your home and see what potential hazards may be at your baby’s level.
Place the palms of your hands behind your child’s feet when he is on all fours. This stabilizes him and gives him something to “push off” from when he is just learning to crawl.
Question: My baby completed 10 months but still not standing with support..weight is 6 only
6.8 to 10.7 kgs is a normal weight range for a 10 month old baby and it is absolutely fine if your baby has not started standing as I remember my baby started standing at around 11 months and soon started walking so it is absolutely fine and moreover babies are unique and so are there developmental skills so its just the time dont worry baby will achieve all the goals with time..
Hope this helps!
Question: My baby is six months fifteen days old. He started rolling but still he didn't starts crawl.
Answer: Hello dear. Most babies learn to crawl between the ages of 7 months and 10 months. Each baby would be different and might opt for different type of movements like: scooting around on the bottom, using a hand behind and a foot in front to propel, slithering on stomach, or rolling across the room.
Few of the tips are
Give your baby plenty of tummy time, starting from birth.
Encourage your baby to reach for the toys he/she is interested in.
Make sure your baby has space to explore that is safe and supervised.
Place the palms of your hands behind your child's feet when he is on all force.