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This Child has no interest in walking.

She'll be 1 next week does everything else has a whole vocabulary of words but if you stick her on the floor standing up she sits down glares and puts her hands up to be picked back up Click here to enlarge. She's so lazy! Click here to enlarge I swear she thinks it's beneath her to be on the floor usually she's on someones hip or in the highchair or next to someone the couch. No wonder she doesn't feel the need to walk Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge. I'm not at all worried I just think it's funny.
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Click here to enlarge That sounds adorable. Click here to enlarge

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she is only 1! She isnt lazy til she is nearly 2!
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Click here to enlarge it's just so funny her reaction to being put down "like seriously mommy you expect me to be on this floor doing stuff". I think shed do a hair flip if she could Click here to enlarge.
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Lenna was a lazy one, too but she crawled like a madbaby for ever. Finally walked at 19 months. Click here to enlarge

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Yes she can crawl outrageously fast when she feels like it Click here to enlarge much faster than my friends baby who's a month younger and starting to walk. Probably something to do with it too.
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Sydney was right at a year when she decided to walk. She didn't crawl for real until right before she walked, because the army crawl worked so well for her.
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She sounds so stinkin' cute and I would love to see her flip that little poofy hair. Click here to enlarge.

Ava didn't walk until she was 15 months and would refuse to crawl after a year or so. She figured out that if she threw a big enough tantrum she would get picked up and taken where she wanted to go. Click here to enlarge

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Ds (13) didn't walk till 15 months. I hate to call him lazy, but he still doesn't like walking much. Click here to enlarge

I swear he lives by the addage: Never stand when you can sit. Never sit when you can lay down.
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DD1 didn't walk until 15 mos. DD2 walked at 9mos. Spitfire, I swear. Even with bulky cloth diapers.
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1 month later she's a little hurricane Click here to enlarge she can run lord help us all Click here to enlarge.
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archie is 1 next week and i don't think he has the muscle tone to walk, but he's a good little crawler now. he may surprise me and just toddle off one day though. Click here to enlarge



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Jackson will be 8 months in a few days and he doesn't care much about moving anywhere in general. If he wants to get from point a to point b, he gets someone to pick him up and then he leans in the direction he wants to go. Click here to enlarge he does move around on the floor, but he ends up going backward most of the time.
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archie is 1 next week and i don't think he has the muscle tone to walk, but he's a good little crawler now. he may surprise me and just toddle off one day though. Click here to enlarge
Essentially that's what happened. She started first by diving into us then when she realized that it hurt she decided to walk Click here to enlarge. Of course now she wants to walk everywhere, oy, that's not so cute at the mall.
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