Timeline for My 9 month old is not crawling

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Apr 10 '17 at 13:06 comment added EvilDr Just to try settle your fears as I know how you feel... Our daughter didn't even attempt to move herself until 12 months. We could not coax her into crawling for anything. Then, at 12 months, she just stood up and started walking. Don't worry.
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Apr 9 '17 at 1:08 answer Omagasohe timeline score: 5
Apr 9 '17 at 1:06 answer Cornstalks timeline score: 1
Apr 8 '17 at 21:18 answer Peter timeline score: 1
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Apr 8 '17 at 18:36 comment added Randor The oldest is 6yo, he is a bit uncoordinated in his running, also generally is very careful ... i go running with him a bit recently in the evenings and i think it is improving... he is very risk averse... eg with bike riding he just is not interested in it...
Apr 8 '17 at 18:35 comment added Randor Its hard to be sure about exactly what our eldest is lacking due to having skipped that phase, but it is obvious that it is not ideal to skip phases. There is obviously a lot of development that the crawling activity brings . There are a number of things with our eldest that could be at leasy partly due to him having skipped that stage
Apr 8 '17 at 18:26 comment added Warren Dew @Willow I wasn't asking about the general case, though; I was asking about this specific older child, to get clarity on this asker's situation. If the older child is still wiggling on his back at age 14, that suggests that in this family, it could be a bigger problem than if the older child learned to walk just fine and is now a star athlete at 7.
Apr 8 '17 at 18:20 comment added WRX @WarrenDew I added to my answer to to address that. It is a good question in its own right.
Apr 8 '17 at 18:02 comment added Warren Dew What were the negative effects of your older child not learning to crawl?
Apr 8 '17 at 16:47 answer WRX timeline score: 4
Apr 8 '17 at 16:39 comment added WRX While crawling is important to development, it is also not the end of the world if your child refuses. Thousands of kids never crawl. I'll go do some research for you and I'll tell you what I did in class to encourage crawling for kids with special needs. (I am not saying your child has a problem at all -- but the 'help' would be the same.)
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