Standing and Walking of your child

Standing and Walking of your child

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Standing and Walking of your child
Posted in 2015
Most babies can pull themselves up to stand and begin taking their first steps somewhere between the ages of 8 months and 18 months. Soon after their first birthday, they can usually take a few steps alone, but prior to this will have started to 'cruise' -- walking along the edge of a couch or table, using furniture or outstretched hands for support. But what if your baby shows signs of delayed walking? And what if you notice your baby has bowed legs or is walking on tiptoes -- should you worry?
There is a wide variation from one baby to the next in learning to walk. Timing of first steps can also vary between babies of different ethnic backgrounds. One baby may not walk until three or four months after another baby has walked. That doesn't necessarily signal a problem or delayed walking. Both children are likely to be equally healthy and able to run and play as they get older.
My advise
1... During your pregnancy you should supply Vitamin D, Calcium and Magnesium to your unborn child sufficiently daily.
2.... It will make his bone structure perfectly before birth and after birth also the above should supply daily with your breast milk for 6 months then after with his food.
3... Your child start standing between 7 to 8 month and start walking slowly.
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  1. Thank you for sharing us a good information on pregnancy care and its diet plan . santhathi is one of the good multispeciality hospital in bangalore which provides a good treatment on ivf.


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