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my little girl is 15 months and still not walking help
September 28, 2008 09:01
Category : Kids' Health
My eldest daughter started walking in 11 months itself. But my youngest is 15 months now and still not walking. What should I do to motivate her and make her walk? She walks with the help of walker or by holding my hands.
answers so far. What are your thoughts?
Don't worry, its just matter of time. Since she tries to walk it's good. Just encourage her when she walks. If she likes a hug, kiss or just a clap, do so. Try to make herself take small steps, then she can improve upon them. Feel free to ask your pediatrician about the same. They might give inputs from medical aspects.
wht i suggest u to take immediate step. consult ur pediatrist.if u ur child doesn't show any interest u can take her to physiotheraphist.i gave same treatment to my child when he was 1yr 6 months old
Take her out for walking - say for about 5 mins to start with.
Usually kids like to go out, so she may show some interest in walking.
Do consult a doctor. Children should start walking by one year of age. Does your child stand with support? I am an Occupational Therapist, do contact me for more advice. I will be happy to help.
All kids are different.. She'll soon build up the confidence to walk freely on her own.
Answers from Natural childbirth and lactation consultant,Pediatrician- Dr.Shacchee Khare Baweja
Trust this finds u in best of health.
I am a mother of 2 kids. daughter age 6 and son 22 months. my concern is my son. its been a couple of months now, he blabbers alot. there are a few words i can understand but most of the time he blabbers or talks baby talk to himself or to us. he can say mamma, dadda, come, more (if he wants more to eat) numnum for food, the word no, his sister's name very recently. he loves to sing rhymes. but he cant prenounce the words perfectly but say he is 4 out of 10. the melody is perfect. it was all very adorable but sometimes its very worrying to hear him blabber. i wonder if it is normal. i am quite anxious to know cause i did not experience this with my daughter. infact she started talking really well by this time. please advise. Thanks for reading.
No 2 kids are same so u cannot compare him with your daughter, From what you have written, doesn’t looks like there is a problem, some kids start speaking late, so if his understanding of things and hearing is all right,don’t worry, just continue talking to him, reading to him and otherwise stimulating him and just relax and enjoy your babies!
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