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Baby Walkers You Can Change The Life of a Child

Posted by Norbert Shtaynberg on

Sometime between the age of nine months and a year, your baby will start showing interest in trying to get up on his or her own feet and walk. This happens slowly, in stages. First, the baby learns how to 'pull up', which means pulling themselves into a standing position by holding on to the furniture (or you). The second stage is usually 'cruising', which is essentially baby's first sideways steps, still holding onto the furniture. Some babies become quite adept at this and manage to make very quick trips all around the room while hanging onto one sofa or...

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