Why A 10-month-old Baby Can’t Be Established Yet?
my child is about 11 months old, but why does my child not want to stand up and when he wants to stand, both of his legs are lifted up and up to now my son is not strong enough to sit down and every time in the seat 5 minutes must fall backward according to the doctor it’s okay or how
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The development of the baby must be monitored from month to month. In infants of 10 months, the ability to move a lot has developed, among others, the baby is able to crawl with both hands and knees, can sit, try to stand even some who can walk while holding.
Motor skills in each baby are certainly different. The baby's ability to sit and stand is influenced by his gross and fine motor skills. Gross motor is movement that involves large muscles such as the neck muscles, shoulders, stomach, back, waist and others. Whereas fine motor is a movement that involves small muscles such as touching and holding movements. Because the baby's development speed is different, the age of the baby can sit can also vary. But usually babies have started trying to sit at the age of 3 or 4 months. Then the baby begins to sit at 4 months, until the baby starts to try to sit strong at the age of 6 months, although sometimes it still has to be helped by holding hands. As the development of back muscles and body balance, the baby's sitting position will be more stable.
At the age of 10 months the development of back muscles and body balance should be better and the baby can sit upright. Back muscles and good body balance will make it easier for babies to crawl. For the process of walking babies, babies will go through the process of crawling, babies generally start crawling at the age of 8-12 months. Sometimes babies don't crawl, but are more able to sit and suck then then stand and walk with help until they can walk on their own. Babies begin to lift themselves at the age of 9 months, then try to walk with help until the age of 12 months.
You don't need to worry if your baby doesn't want to stand before the baby is 1 year old. Some babies may need more time to learn to sit. Remember that the development of each child is different, especially if your baby is born prematurely. If your baby can sit upright even though he can't stand, that doesn't matter. If up to 11 months your baby is really unable to sit properly and cannot walk until 24 months (2 years), then consult the pediatrician.
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