Does your baby have any teeth yet?? When my little guy is cutting teeth thru his appetite is down big time and he is a very good eater. He will only half his bottle and maybe a quarter of the baby food he normally eats. So it maybe teeth. Oh and the fussyiness too that is defintely a sign of teeth my baby is wonderful very pleasant and happy but when teeth come in nothing makes him happy.View Thread
So my little guys is 9 months old. And he just refuses to crawl we try everything putting toys out of reach and putting him on his belly and he will just roll to them. He does get up on his hands and knees on his own and rocks back and forth but refuses to crawl. I am worried cause my friends kids are all crawling or were crawling way before 9 mos. Any suggestions?? My family is saying that he may skip and start walking. Which he walks very well with help and is starting to steady himself when stands. I just feel like he behind and I worry that he may have developing problems!! AAAHHH!! First time mom worries! Also when did everyones LO say they first words and what were they?View Thread
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