Can Babies Aged 5 Months Use Roling (baby Walkers)?
Good night … I want to ask if a baby can be 4 months or 5 months old to use roling
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Are you referring to the "roling" as a baby walker?
If you mean baby walkers, then the actual use of baby walkers is not very recommended. In addition to the high risk of injury (babies can fall down stairs, fall into pools, roll over, reach dangerous objects, etc.), too long putting the baby in a walker can also interfere with the baby's motor development.
Baby walkers can indeed be used since babies are 4 months old until babies can walk on their own (after the baby can walk it is no longer advisable to use a walker), but of course its use must still be adjusted to the length of your baby and your baby's motor development. If your baby is not tall enough (meaning his feet have not been able to reach the floor and hang on the walker), then you should not place it on the walker first.
If your goal is to put the baby in a walker to make the baby walk faster, then research shows that using a walker actually makes the baby walk longer. Make sure you are not too often and not too long to put your baby in a walker and more often bend the baby on a mat hard enough to help the baby's motor development, and also make sure you are always watching your baby when placed in the walker.
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