Are you done with babies or are you wanting another? I would like one more but my SO says no. He will also change his mind (I already talked him out of the big V, so he must be somewhat hesitant to be completely done)!
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I would not be worried! My LO is just over 16 months old and just started walking on his own a couple of weeks ago. We had out 15 month well baby check up yesterday and I mentioned it to the doctor and she said the average age for a baby to start walking is around 15 months and they usually don't start worrying until about 18 months! I bet your LO will take off any day now!View Thread
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