Fact of the Week
Your baby may begin to crawl between seven and ten months of age. Many develop quite a unique method of getting around. However, if your baby does not start crawling at this time, it may be that he has found another method of locomotion or that he will skip this stage entirely. Of course, if you're at all concerned, schedule a visit with your baby's health care provider.
Topics of Interest
- Learn if crawling is a necessary skill
- Is your baby constipated from too much solid food?
- Find out if there is a best age for day care
Next Week: Your baby's 32nd week of life
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