Mother & Baby (Australia) - - Real Advice -

Q My son is nine months old and has al­ready started walk­ing. Is this nor­mal and will he have any prob­lems from walk­ing early?

A Pae­di­a­tri­cian Dr Scott Dun­lop says: Many chil­dren start walk­ing from nine to 10 months of age, and it gen­er­ally does not cause any long-term is­sues in terms of growth or pos­ture.

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