The Reason For Babies Aged 6 Months Can Not Sit Alone?
, my baby is almost 6 months now and he can not sit alone … if he can lean, but if sitting alone he shakes. However, he was very happy when positioned standing, or if his feet were given a pedestal. He will tread and jump a little. Is it normal? Thank you
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The following is normal motor development in children aged 6 months:
can roll from the prone position to the supine and also vice versa can begin to sit without any objection to crawling (usually crawling backward before crawling forward) moving the body back and forth when the position rests with hands and knees jumping when helped standing or when legs touch the pedestal 6 months of age your baby can not sit without a refutation, it can still be said to be normal. You can train your baby to sit by frequently positioning the baby in a sitting position. You can use a pillow or bolster to argue the baby is sitting or you can put the baby on your legs. Your baby will learn to balance in this sitting position. Frequently let the baby face down on a fairly hard base (do not hold constantly) so that the muscles of the upper body are also stronger.
To find out if your child's growth and development is going well, you should still carry out regular checks on schedule to the puskesmas or posyandu. You can also see the growth and development of children through maternal and child health books (MCH books) that you can get for free at the health center or posyandu in your area. If there are certain things related to your child's growth and development that you are worried about, you can also consult directly with your pediatrician.
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