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    How do babies learn to crawl?

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    Right now Jovani sits and is doing this thing where he puts his face to the floor or when he sits he kinds scoots/jumps on his butt. He'll be seven months tomorrow and I don't want him to fall behind on his milestones. When did you baby learn?
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    Tummy time. Katie gets up on her knees and hands and rocking. She is on the move!!
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    Tummy time. Katie gets up on her knees and hands and rocking. She is on the move!!
    Yup tummy time. Although my son seriously hates it though, he rather crawl to something sturdy and stand up instead.
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    Lots of time on the floor will help him to explore and learn new techniques.

    Ethan did the army crawl for a bit. Then he did a "pushback crawl" while on the bed. When I get home, I'll have to find the video and post it for you to see.
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    Tummy time and an older sibling. Trust me...that kicks butt.
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    Tummy time and an older sibling. Trust me...that kicks butt.
    and when you don't have an older sibling borrow one. I have found that DS is fascinated by Lori's twins!
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    Lots of tummy time!
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    J hates tummy time. Ke kicks and moves his arms and then he gets so frustrated and starts crying. But oh well. He'll have to deal with it
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    my son didnt actually start crawling till he was 8 1/2 months he did the low crawl thing for a few months and then saw another baby crawling and was like oh thats what im supposed to do....we had to brib him with cell phones to get him to do the low crawl thing....and he started walking when he was 11 months and we had to bribe him again haha hes a little stinker
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