When should the baby start to learn to walk? In fact, t […]
When should the baby start to learn to walk? In fact, there is no uniform standard for this problem, because it is affected by many factors, of which genetics is the most important factor. In addition, it has a lot to do with the baby's own situation. Usually a thin, tall baby can support himself earlier than a fat baby, walking relatively early; some babies are born with caution, must be sure that they will not fall, willing to take his first step, Relatively late, but less cautious, always ready to try new things for the baby, for them, ups and downs is not a terrible thing, so walking alone may be earlier.
Your baby usually tries to walk on his own in 10-18 months.
Babies usually try to walk on their own in 10-18 months, and many of them will be around 1 year old. Of course, there will be some special circumstances, such as the earliest may start in 7 months, and the late may be 18 months. A baby who is more than 1 year old will not walk, and can wait patiently. Maybe tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, the baby will suddenly stand and take the first step in his life. However, if the child still does not walk for 18 months, it is still necessary for the doctor to carry out the corresponding examination. At the same time, it is necessary to pay attention to whether the baby is not normal in terms of language, behavior, etc. If there is an abnormality, it is necessary to seek medical treatment in time.
Is it reliable to walk in a walker?
Walking in a walker? The American Academy of Pediatrics strongly recommends that parents do not use a walker because it has certain safety hazards.
Potential dangers of using a walker:
Rolling down the stairs causes the fracture and head to be severely affected. This is what most children are learning.
The injury suffered while walking.
scald. The incidence of burns in children using walkers will increase. Because of the walker,
They are more likely to touch hot coffee, hot pot handles, heaters, etc.
Increase the possibility of falling into the pool or bathtub.
The above problems occur mainly because the speed of the walker is very fast and the adult has no time to react. Therefore, the American Academy of Pediatrics has called for a ban on the production and sale of baby walkers with wheels. In addition, the American Pediatric Association has recommended three safe toddler aids: fixed bounce chairs, fences, and four-wheeled children's trolleys.