A baby's first steps are among the most memorable of all the milestones. One minute she's holding herself up against the couch or table, the next minute she's cautiously putting one foot in front of the other destined to fall. Learn when your baby should start to walk, how to encourage walking, and more.
A great way to encourage Baby to move is to surround him with toys on the floor. Here are some ideas to get your munchkin interested in crawling around.
The first year is full of firsts, but the most anticipated milestone has to be walking.
From sitting to crawling and cruising your baby's journey to walking is an exciting time.
That first tiny, tentative move forward is actually a giant leap in child development.
Help your new walker put her best foot forward by saying bye-bye to bare feet and hello to killer kicks!
While each baby develops at her own pace, here's what you can generally expect as she starts down the path to becoming a walker. Find outwhen she'll take her first steps and get a sneak peek at all the other amazing ways your little one will navigate her world.
First your baby is pulling up, then "cruising" the living-room furniture. Is your child on the verge of taking those first momentous steps?
Your baby is ready to walk, but don't be surprised if she takes a while to hit her stride. Toddlers -- and even bigger kids -- often have issues like bowlegs, pigeon toes, or tiptoe walking. Here's what to look out for as your baby learns to walk, and when to worry.
Crawling: Check. Standing: Check. Looks like it's time for your baby to walk!
While each baby develops at his or her own pace, here's what you can generally expect and when.