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YouAreMySunShine271 Fri 13-Dec-13 21:13:35

How old was your lo when they started to walk?

StormyBrid Fri 13-Dec-13 21:16:14

Nine months and one week. First wobbly steps taken this afternoon. grin

bluecheeseforbreakfast Fri 13-Dec-13 21:28:21

10 months. But I wouldn't say it is a good thing, his mind is the same as a 10 month old whilst his body is flying around the room!

lookdeepintotheparka Fri 13-Dec-13 22:33:39

DS was 15 months and DD was 20 months

12m, 9m, 15m and 26m!!!!!!

TwinklesTheXmasFairy Fri 13-Dec-13 22:43:14

DD1 was 10m and DD2 was really late at 23m- had all the checks on her, she was fine, but why move when your older sister will get you everything you want....

TheGervasuttiPillar Sat 14-Dec-13 00:25:22

8m first steps, walking at 10m. The next two, later, maybe 11-13m, but cannot remember for sure. Various differences in their development. The early walker was not an early reader, but he is now a good reader etc.

sydenhamhiller Sat 14-Dec-13 00:37:01

12 m, 12m and 17 months. Echoing poster above: why walk when you have 4 family members doing your bidding?

Jinglejohnsjulie Sat 14-Dec-13 00:52:36

DS could walk around the furniture at 9 months. He got around but bery slowly. Both started walking independently at 12 months.

1944girl Sat 14-Dec-13 00:53:18

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

crazzzzycat Sat 14-Dec-13 01:06:44

both walked fully independently at 9 months. We've never met a child who walked earlier. I think it may be genetic as I and both brothers were 9/10m.

Ladyhawke127 Sat 14-Dec-13 11:38:04

My son was 14.5-15 months old. They all get there. He didn't crawl till he was 14 months old either.

bluecheeseforbreakfast Sat 14-Dec-13 11:44:05

I agree that it's probably genetics, dp has a huge family,they all walked at 9/10 months.

MiaowTheCat Sat 14-Dec-13 12:32:09

Late 18 months... DH was a late walker as well and DD1 was 2 months premature.

fanjoforthemammaries7850 Sat 14-Dec-13 12:34:30

2 exactly. .she has low tone

CockyMcChicken Sat 14-Dec-13 12:39:13

14 months, 17 months and 12 months.

Middle child (ds) crawled at 6 months but refused to walk!

JoinTheDots Sat 14-Dec-13 12:40:51

2, she has hypermobility

JaneEyreTheRedNosedReindeer Sat 14-Dec-13 12:43:30

14 months .
I was 18 months, apparently. And a bottom shuffler!

Ferguson Sat 14-Dec-13 18:42:16

18 months, but he was tall and waited until he could do it, without falling over.

Lullabyte Sat 14-Dec-13 18:48:37

DS was walking, fully independent and confident at 8 1/2 months. It was a bit freaky, tbh, because no one we ever met had known a child that walked so early.

He was also properly running at 10 months (I blame his older brother who taught him the joys of playing 'chase'!)

highlandbird Sat 14-Dec-13 18:53:22

DS1 was 18 months, DS2 has just started cruising at 7 months!

DH walked at 9 months....I think DS2 might be taking after his dad!
Youngest walker I've come across was 7 months shock

tinselkitty Sat 14-Dec-13 18:57:04

12 and half months

Sneezecakesmum Sat 14-Dec-13 18:57:19

9 and 10 months. But early walking and physical development does not equate with future intellectual ability, so don't worry about late walkers.

rachyconks Sat 14-Dec-13 19:01:11

DD taking her first steps this last week or so and is 13 mths nxt week

stargirl1701 Sat 14-Dec-13 19:01:53

DD was 13 months.

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