The first independent steps of your babyparents, as a rule, are waiting with great impatience. However, if the children of friends are already stomping around the house, a completely logical question arises: "In how many months do children begin to go and do my children develop further?"
Usually it happens at the age of about a year. However, one should not forget that every kid is individual. Someone early gets up on the legs and by the tenth month of life it is quite normal to walk, and someone first tries to do it in a year and two or three months. Therefore, there is no single answer to the question of how many months children begin to walk.
If your baby does not go to a year, do not immediatelyTo panic. Some children by nature are more relaxed, they like to contemplate the world sitting, and in terms of movement it is quite enough for them to just crawl. Some people, after listening to relatives and friends, believe that a kid who does not want to walk, will also learn to speak with great reluctance. However, this is not so - there are children who enter into verbal contact with their parents by the age of 11-12 months, and they begin to walk after a year. In a word, everything is individual here, and therefore it is simply impossible to evaluate all by the same template. In general, pediatricians around the world on the question of how many months children begin to walk, called the norm figures from 9 to 15.
How to help the baby start walking? First let him master this important skill on his own. Do not scare him, rushing to the crumb every time he falls. The child must learn to overcome difficulties, climb after falling, climb on low surfaces.
In the room you can install supports, holding on towhich baby will be easier to move around (for example chairs). Gradually, the distance between them should be increased. For stimulus it is possible to arrange favorite toys of a crumb on those places where it should be torn off from a support to get them. You can buy a special gurney or a machine-tolokar: holding on to her back, your child will be able to push the toy and move. But it's better to give up the walkers: they complicate the process of learning to walk.
You can do a massage so that the baby starts walking faster. How to properly perform such a massage, you can tell your pediatrician.
However, if the question arises: "What to do - the child does not go, but he is already 1.5 years old?" Or the baby, having started making the first attempts to learn the world, moving on legs, suddenly left them - this is already the right reason to start worrying. With what it can be connected?
In any of these cases, the most reasonable and logical way out will be to seek help from specialists who will help find the root of the problem and solve it.