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Baby Steps

Motor development during your child’s first year.

Parent Guide News—July 27, 2012

By Magdalena Oledzka, P.T., MBA, PCS

While the development of important motor skills, such as sitting, crawling and walking, usually adheres to a well-chronicled sequence, each baby is unique and follows his own timeline, which is based on various factors. Here’s what parents need to know about motor development, including what are typical milestones and what warning signs to look for that require guidance from an expert.

This article originally appeared at parentguidenews.com.

 

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