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We know how it goes: one moment your baby is a tiny newborn who's totally dependent on you, and the next, they're becoming more independent by the day!
Crawling is one of the first ways babies become mobile and able to explore the world around them. It's an exciting and important development milestone.
To help you know when you can expect your little one to start crawling, let's look into when most babies begin to crawl and discover some tips and techniques you can use to help them get moving.
Crawling is a skill that most babies learn once they've mastered the skill of sitting up on their own. And although no two babies are the same, many little ones start to crawl between six and 10 months of age.
Some babies skip the crawling stage altogether and go from solo-sitting straight into pulling themselves up, standing and walking - or toddling!
Remember that all children develop at their own unique pace, but if your baby isn't showing signs of becoming mobile by 12 months of age or you're worried about their coordination or development, you should seek advice from your health visitor or family doctor.
Once your little one starts to crawl, you'll be surprised at just how speedy they are. Reaching this exciting milestone means that it's time to baby-proof your home. To make sure their surroundings are safe, you can...
Now that we've covered when babies usually start to crawl and how you can help them learn, let's look at the different styles of crawling. It turns out there's more than one way to crawl! Which will your baby use?
When Do Babies Roll Over?
Let's run through when babies commonly learn to roll over, how you can encourage them to roll, and how to keep them safe once they're able to roll over on their own.
When Do Babies Sit Up?
One of the first big mobility milestones for your baby is sitting up. Learn when your little one is ready to sit up and ways you can encourage them here.