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Old 03-04-2013, 01:44 PM   #21
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Re: If your baby held head up and/or rolled over early..

My oldest was born holding her head up, but hit all of her milestones at the usual times. My middle coudln't hold her head up for what seemed like forever (it was huge) and was earlier with milestones. My third had head control at the usual time and seems to be hitting milestones at the usual time also.

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Old 03-04-2013, 02:30 PM   #22
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Re: If your baby held head up and/or rolled over early..

YES.

He could at will could roll front to back at 4 weeks, back to front at 6 weeks, crawling at 4 months, standing with nothing to hold at 5 months, first steps at 6 months, and independently walking across the room before 7 months. I've posted video here before because it was too insane to believe, lol. This kid has crazy determination, let me tell you.
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Old 03-04-2013, 03:57 PM   #23
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Dd2 and ds had good head control since day 1. Dd2 was rocking on hands and knees by 3.5mos...and that is where her 'earlyness' stopped lol She didnt crawl until 9mos and didnt walk until 18.5mos. Ds is only 11 wks old and he can push himself forward with his legs during tummy time but thats it
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Re: If your baby held head up and/or rolled over early..

My DD held her head up, strongly, at a couple days old. She sat, independently, at 5 months but didn't crawl (army style) until 10-11 months old and didn't walk until nearly 15 months old.
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Old 03-04-2013, 05:16 PM   #25
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My dd4 held her, head up early rolled over late crawled for the first time at 9 months and just started walking at exactly 10 months. She crawled for less than a month before walking on her own.
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Old 03-04-2013, 06:38 PM   #26
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DD1- rolled and held her head up early, crawled at 7 months, walked at 10 months.
DS- rolled later, crawled at 9ish months, and walked at 10 months.
DD2- held her head up later, rolled way later (to the point I was getting concerned), crawled at 6 months, and walked at 8 months. She was cruising from 6.5-7months. At 11 months, she runs and climbs, scales things. It's ridiculous. Now I can't believe she took so long to roll over! What was she thinking?! Lol.
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Old 03-04-2013, 07:39 PM   #27
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Yes, but I'm pretty sure my kids are not the norm. They were active and awake from the second they popped out, I never had that "sleepy pet rock" stage everyone talked about. I'm hoping number 3 is a little more...lazy
This is us too. #1 came out awake and could hold his head up. We never felt like we had a newborn! We are hoping this one is a little more sleepy.
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Re: If your baby held head up and/or rolled over early..

My oldest started holding her head up at a couple days old but was late with rolling. She walked at 8 months but didn't start crawling until 1.5 years. So she was all over the place.
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Re: If your baby held head up and/or rolled over early..

Nope. DS rolled over at 2 weeks adjusted age (he was a preemie), but still isn't walking at 15 months actual/13 months adjusted.
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Re: If your baby held head up and/or rolled over early..

DD held her head up a couple of hours after birth, rolled at a few weeks old (rolled over for the ped at her first shot appt. & had been doing this at home for at least a week). I want to say she sat unassisted somewhere around 5 mos. She didn't crawl until 8mos, but was walking by 9.5 & was running within a few weeks. She hasn't stopped since!
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