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How long after rolling over did your baby start sitting up and crawling?

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My daughter is 5 months old and has pretty much mastered rolling over, she can sit with support but i was wondering what age your baby started sitting unaided and crawling? Apparently i would roll eve… Read More
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
My daughter is 5 months old and has pretty much mastered rolling over, she can sit with support but i was wondering what age your baby started sitting unaided and crawling? Apparently i would roll everywhere instead of crawling so i wonder if she will do the same!
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
My two started crawling at about 7-8 months and were running around by 10 months and 11 months! Enjoy her now while she stays put!
#2
My neice never rolled or crawled, went straight from sitting on backside to walking
#3
MANJ_007
My two started crawling at about 7-8 months and were running around by 10 months and 11 months! Enjoy her now while she stays put!


Lol thanks, i was thinking the same thing!
#4
Trauts78
My neice never rolled or crawled, went straight from sitting on backside to walking

my son did this too he started walking at ten months quite cute i agree but then trouble started lol
#5
Oh wow, i thought they started walking after the age of 1!
#6
my daughter started to rollover after 4-5 months but she went from crawling to walking after 7
#7
My two started walking at 9 months, well nearly end of nine months.:)
#8
Mine started walking on her first birthday, it's never been the same since....for the worst!
#9
So it really depends on the child like everything else. How was your birthday Lulu'sMammy? :)
#10
The netmums website [url]www.netmums.com[/url] is REALLY good. They have a thread on there somewhere for comparing babies of the same age with other mums.
#11
Becksdawe
The netmums website [url]www.netmums.com[/url] is REALLY good. They have a thread on there somewhere for comparing babies of the same age with other mums.


Oh thanks for that
#12
Think it all depends on the baby.
My daughter didn't crawl until 11 months.
She sat up around 6 months, walked at about 13/14 months
suspended#13
My little girl was walking by 8 months and sitting at 5 . Some babys dont crawl just go straight to walking xx
#14
My first son, who is now 20, was running round, speaking in sentences by 11 months. I have his first birthday pics that prove it! He never crawled but shuffled around on his bottom in a sitting up pose!

My second, who was a girl, was walking by 13 months. She was more timid than my son and would always *consider* each movement she made before she made it. It's followed them both into adult life as my son is still very headstrong and dare I say it, arrogant, whereas my daughter is thoughtful and considerate especially towards her friends. She didn't speak until long after she was two and it wasn't until then that we realised she is partially deaf in one ear. When she did decide to speak it wasn't baby talk but proper formed sentences. She crawled very timidly.. she would reach the edge of a room and sit there and think about if it was safe to go any further.

My third child, also a girl, was always very self confident. She was walking just before her first birthday. She is always very self assured in her actions, even now. She was by far the easiest to raise because she was always all smiles and so easy going in nature. I remember her crawling everywhere even out into the garden and through the grass.

My fourth child, was a boy, and he died at birth.

Our fifth child, also a boy, walked at around 14 months. He was born 2 months premature so in reality he walked at probably 12 months of his expected age if he had remained inside the proper amount of time. Even at 3 years of age he is still a little behind his counterparts but he is so lovely emotionally, generous and kind to others. He too tends to throw himself at problems, he loves his freedom and is very adventurous. Just recently in January we went to Battle, in Hastings, walked for miles over sodden battlefields to help enforce my daughters history lessons and our little man walked upstream through a swollen river bed with my husband forcing himself through the water!

All children are different and take different amounts of time to reach their goals. They approach developmental markers in different ways and styles and you learn a lot about their forming personalities as to how they approach each stage of development.

The generaly agreed consensus is they should be rolling around by about 4 months of age, sitting unaided around 7 months and walking by somewhere around 12-14 months of age. By this time though there are so many differences from one child to another don't worry if your child reaches these milestones before or after another. They are all individuals. If you have any concerns make sure you voice them to your health visitor or GP at any check ups.

Hope this helps xxx
#15
Both daughters sat up at 6 months, crawling by 8 months and walking by age 1yr. However, don't get too caught up with everyone else's child as they are all different and there isn't one rule for all, life would be pretty boring if it was!!
#16
ClarityofMind
My first son, who is now 20, was running round, speaking in sentences by 11 months. I have his first birthday pics that prove it! He never crawled but shuffled around on his bottom in a sitting up pose!

My second, who was a girl, was walking by 13 months. She was more timid than my son and would always *consider* each movement she made before she made it. It's followed them both into adult life as my son is still very headstrong and dare I say it, arrogant, whereas my daughter is thoughtful and considerate especially towards her friends. She didn't speak until long after she was two and it wasn't until then that we realised she is partially deaf in one ear. When she did decide to speak it wasn't baby talk but proper formed sentences. She crawled very timidly.. she would reach the edge of a room and sit there and think about if it was safe to go any further.

My third child, also a girl, was always very self confident. She was walking just before her first birthday. She is always very self assured in her actions, even now. She was by far the easiest to raise because she was always all smiles and so easy going in nature. I remember her crawling everywhere even out into the garden and through the grass.

My fourth child, was a boy, and he died at birth.

Our fifth child, also a boy, walked at around 14 months. He was born 2 months premature so in reality he walked at probably 12 months of his expected age if he had remained inside the proper amount of time. Even at 3 years of age he is still a little behind his counterparts but he is so lovely emotionally, generous and kind to others. He too tends to throw himself at problems, he loves his freedom and is very adventurous. Just recently in January we went to Battle, in Hastings, walked for miles over sodden battlefields to help enforce my daughters history lessons and our little man walked upstream through a swollen river bed with my husband forcing himself through the water!

All children are different and take different amounts of time to reach their goals. They approach developmental markers in different ways and styles and you learn a lot about their forming personalities as to how they approach each stage of development.

The generaly agreed consensus is they should be rolling around by about 4 months of age, sitting unaided around 7 months and walking by somewhere around 12-14 months of age. By this time though there are so many differences from one child to another don't worry if your child reaches these milestones before or after another. They are all individuals. If you have any concerns make sure you voice them to your health visitor or GP at any check ups.

Hope this helps xxx


I'm sorry about your loss but thanks for so much information :)
#17
Mines a lazy monkey! She was sitting un-aided at 8 months & army commando crawling/rolling by about 11 months but didn't start propper crawling till about 13 months old. Its great when they start getting their independance but means more money spending on plug socket covers & baby gates!!
Have fun!!

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