Running Delays In Children?
Good night. my child is 15 months old, but has not been able to crawl, stand alone, let alone walk. but if walking using help can. is that normal? 😊
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. As a parent, knowing and controlling the baby's development is indeed a very important thing, because with this, we can find out if there are any abnormalities in our children, and can detect and handle them as early as possible.
For crawling, babies usually start crawling at the age of 7-10 months, walk with help at the age of 8-9 months, and stand unaided at the age of 9-12 months. What needs to be understood is that sometimes the baby can stand before crawling, and can walk before appearing adept at standing alone. So there is indeed a possibility that your baby will pass this stage and be able to walk right away. In addition, the age range is not a fixed price. If you don't miss it, there must be an abnormality immediately.
Even so, we feel it's still important to have your child checked by a pediatrician for a thorough test of its development by direct experts. This can avoid misunderstandings and there may be some details that are missed by you that are important for your child's future development. Meanwhile, continue to stimulate him by helping him walk and meet his nutritional needs. So, hopefully answering your question.