1 months old baby

Question: My son completes 14 months today, his weight 11kg,but he is not standing individually,h stands with our support,he is trying to stand few seconds by his own nd then takes our support to hold,but he likes to stand nd walk by holding,may I know the reason for this?

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Answer: Every child has there preferred method of getting around.. if they decide they would rather crawl than walk then they may take awhile to take any interest in walking. They are little humans remember and they do make some decisio s he will walk is just that you need to motivate him when you are walking with himcause some of them are lazy so you need to encourage him
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