I don't believe there is such a thing as "too early" for things like this to happen. She could just be physically advanced. I know a few women who's children were full out walking by the time they were 10 months. Just have fun and enjoy it!
my daughter could stand and walk furniture at 6 months but she did not learn to full on walk alone tell 11 months so just because she is practicing does not mean she is going to take off walking next month she i strengthening those little leg mucsles ....good luck and the fun begins
everyone keeps telling me she's going to be bowlegged.
Totally normal. My son did the same thing. At 6 months he was pulling up and cruising even though he wasn't crawling yet. He would roll himself over to a chair or the coffee table to pull up. He finally crawled at 8 months, then was full-on walking at 10 months. I know a girl who started walking at 9 months and a boy who started crawling at 4 months, so it's not unheard of at all.
my daughter started crawling at 5 months, she was rolling everywhere for the longest time. They say your baby moves at their own pace. when my daughter trys to walk everyone tells me to make her stop or her legs will be bowlegged
old wives tale all babies look a little bowlegged from being craped in our bellies they grow their muscles strengthen and the legs straighten out so dont stress let her stand and walk and get that leg strength!When my daughter was born she could hold her head up all by herself like literally when they pulled her out i never supported her head she sat up alone at 5 months walked furniture at 6 months crawled at 8 and was walking 100% of the time at 11month she learned to walk and after that day she never crawled again it was pretty crazy now she's 24 months and full potty trained! They grow, change, and learn soo fast!
thats great. i guess i will stop stressing about it. i think its more or less everyone (family wise) giving their input when not wanted or needed lol but thank you. i appreciate it.
Yep definitely no need to worry about bowed legs. My son started supporting his weight on his legs really early. Sometimes the only way to get him to stop crying was to support his arms and let him put all his weight on his legs. That was at about 2-3 months old. He'll be 5 this November, and his legs, back, and hips are all perfect. :)
Wow! That sounds great. My son is 9 months old and still not crawling or standing by himself. He gets on all 4's and rocks, but that is it. He fusses after a few mins on his tummy so he rolls over. I know all babies are different, but i still don't understsnd it, me and my husband was walking at 9 months(according to our moms) But i'm not in a a rush, they grow up too fast anyway..lol
I'm no doctor of course, but I don't think there's anything wrong with a child wanting to do something early. You could look at this way, if your child wanted to read at age 2 or 3 would you question it? I would only be concerned when a child is behind. Good luck with everything!