He still doesn't talk a lot - babbles and carries on, but not in English! lol
He's 21months now...
They get there eventually.
If this is of any help im glad, but im worrying about my son with the same problem. so we are seeking medical advice.
Chat later xx oo
My DD use to walk on tippy toes and penuin toed and the advise I was given from the physio was to massage her feet every morning and night and grab hold of the front of her feet (at the toes) and stretch them back doing this about 5 times, her poor little feet were so tight.
Also to help with the tippy toe walking, buy some hard soled shoes and let him wear them for a couple hours a day, I was amazed how my daughter started standing and cruising with flat feet after taking the physios advise.
Thanks again. xx oo
He was 20 months when he started to walk. We were getting concerned at 19.5 months when he wasn't walking, so our doctor checked him over and suggested shoes to help strengthen his weak foot muscles. Aftern wearing shoes for a few days he never stopped walking
I have certainly learnt that all children develop in their own time and you have to try not to compare yours to others.
Its funny though how much pressure people put on us as mothers/parents. My 14 month old daughter is not walking yet and all I hear from people is 'is she walking yet??' Its like leave her alone she will walk when she is ready!! Even the maternal health nurse makes you feel like something is wrong just because she isnt walking yet...but they get there in there own time. I hate the pressure put on you!!!!