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My kids all walked at different ages too. DD1 took her first alone steps on her first birthday (the tiny house was too crowded for her to crawl without getting smooshed!), DD2 was 10 months (she's also our jock) and DS was 11 months. My neices were both around 15 months and my other sister's boys were early walkers at 9 moonths and 11 months. It seems as if they are either more physical or more emotionally developed at different ages. It sure is fun to watch them all grow and change!
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My brain is mush but I think my 2 yr old walked around 8-9 mos. My almost 7 mo old walks when you hold his fingers but he also has a wheely chair he cruises in. He refuses to crawl, just sits on his hands and legs and crys. Go figure!
DD started walking when she was 9 1/2 months old. Interestingly enough, her cousin, who was born the same day as DD, started walking within days of DD. The bad part about having an early walker is that they just get into that much more stuff.
We thought that Ryan was for sure going to be walking super early as we was up and furniture surfing his way around the room at 6 months. (We actually had to brin video as our Dr. didn't believe us!) But he didn't actually start walking independently until a few weeks before his first birthday. My friend has twins Ryan's age and they both walked around 10 months and she has another set of twins the same age as Jimmy (I remember you gave birth the same week) and they are not even close. They'll take a few steps holding your fingers but that's it. They're still at the stage where they can get somewhere faster crawling so why bother walking?
Tommy walked at about 15 months...but he crawled backwards everywhere for a very long time...really odd...looked like he was backing a car up looking over his shoulder...didn't get video of this...bummer...
Autumn walked EARLY...grabbed a hold of big brothers shirt and followed him everywhere...never cruised around furniture or anything...never really crawled on her hands and knees either...scooted around on her tummy like she was an inchworm...grunting the whole time...we have video...will come in handy someday I am sure.
DS walked at 13 months. He did not crawl or toddle, he waited until he could walk and then just did. DD who was supposed to be developmentally delayed, she was 6 weeks premature and they told me to expect her to do everything late, walked at 9 months. Kids have their own timetable.
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