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    Mirnaramirez posted:
    Hi , I have a 9 month old baby girl and she won't crawl at all she just rolls around she is starting to take steps in her walker but not enough is this normal. ?
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    attleysmom responded:
    Completely normal. My 9 month old DS is not crawling either although he is starting to get up on hands and knees briefly. There is also a wide range of when they can do these things. My DD was over 10 months before she started to crawl.

    Tradtional crawling really isn't considered by some doctors to be a developmental milestone. The main thing is that they are moving around and trying to get to things. Some kids roll, some kids army crawl, some kids scoot sit up and scoot on their bottom. Some go right to assisted walking.

    HTH.


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