9 months old baby

Question: My baby still not crawling. What reason ?

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Answer: Hi dear, So crawling is actually not a mandatory milestone to acheive.many babies skip crawling and directly stand up.my baby strangely stented occasional crawling after standing.so babies are different and grow in their own pace.have some patience and trust your baby.give some tummy time to your baby which might encourage her to move around.
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