Stimulation Of Children Aged 9 Months To Crawl Quickly?
, ank I am a man aged 9 months 2 days but not yet able to crawl but he can crawl quickly … I have tried to help him to crawl quickly, but soon he was feeling tired. Is that normal?
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At the age of 9 months, growth and development between babies with one another is not always the same. However, in general, 9-month-old babies have far-reaching abilities, whether motoric, social, or speaking.
Some things that can be known related to the growth and development of babies aged 9 months (calculated from labor from normal gestational age) are:
1. The baby's weight can range from 6.6-10.4kg
2. learn to stand by holding on
3. point at objects with fingers
4. crawls well
5. switch positions quickly
6. designate the source of the sound
7. pronunciation of simple words
8. socialization with the environment gives a good response, although it requires closeness with parents
9. A well-developed memory
Thus, providing positive stimulation and not giving more demands on the baby is a condition that needs to be considered by parents, thereby reducing excessive anxiety and anxiety for parents themselves. Follow its development, and avoid over-comparing the conditions of one baby with another is a wise step towards differences in growth and development of infants who are still within reasonable limits.
In connection with your question, crawling is a phase in the development of a baby who provides information that the condition of your baby's leg, buttocks and spine muscles is stronger for the next phase. However, that does not mean every baby has to go through a crawling phase to be said to be normal.
Even in some reasonable conditions, it is found that babies often go through a phase of crawling with crawling activities to explore their environment. In general, this baby can do positions such as crawling, but to move, this baby does it by crawling forward or backward. Creeping activity is generally a form of strengthening the leg muscles, buttocks, and spine, so that it will support the ability of the next phase of standing. Therefore, it is normal for babies not to crawl, but to crawl and then stand up. So that you continue to provide stimulation for your baby positively, either with a sound source that is on the baby's upper side or a certain distance from the baby or with toys that attract his sight.
However, if after the age of 9 months, your baby can not sit, or after more than 1 year your baby has not learned to walk either directly or by holding, then you should consult directly with a specialist child growth and development. The doctor will conduct an evaluation and direct examination of your baby to find out whether there is any growth and development abnormality in your baby.
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