1 September 2019

My baby’s first steps

Most babies start walking while holding your hand and after that independently, between 10 to 18 months. At the beginning, your baby will pull itself up on the furniture and start standing straight. After that, your baby will walk sideways holding your furniture and walk forward using a little chair or a push along walker. After this phase, your baby will take its first steps! The average baby can walk independently by the time they are 18 months old. Keep in mind that every baby has its own pace in terms of development. It is very important to purchase good baby shoes, preferably with non-slip soles, so that your baby can walk and develop safely.

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  • Liv

    Mom & Online Marketeer at Lodger. Loves to share baby tips, tricks and information with other parents :)