Mom of a 1 yr 2 m old girl1 month ago

Q. my baby girl still not standing with out support and not walking alone she is born 34week she have lungs problem doctor keep 10days NICU I give ly 3month Brestmilk after I formula milk powder that y she not walking alone any problems is there

shilpiMom of 2 children1 month ago
A. maybe at the time of birth she was having some problem but your child is just 13 months old and this is not too late at all every baby has its own milestone and many baby walks after the completion of one year as a child is walking with the help of the support she will soon walk without the support as well just keep on encouraging your child put toys in front of her
meghali BorahMom of a 2 yr 6 m old boy1 month ago
A. No dear mom, no problem is there please don't worry. Your baby is doing absolutely fine. Babies start walking between 9 to 15 months of age mostly. They start standing with support by 7 months onwards and few even do it before that. Encourage the child to walk with holding furnitures around or someone can hold the baby's hands and walk. It takes time to get confidence to walk independently. Initially baby will take few steps and stop. Do it regularly and let the baby walk a few steps independently, and be there at a distance of Atleast 2 feet and gradually increase the gap. This will boost the baby's confidence. And also give calcium riched foods and food which are rich in vitamins and proteins. Don't worry, soon you will see your baby walking.
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