Were YOU an early talker/walker or a late talker/walker as an infant/toddler?
I was a very early talker and very late walker. I never crawled either, I rolled. Strange lol
I was an early walker. My grandfather took me around by the hand and I started walking at 10 months. There was an empty field by the family farm where he used to push me in a baby carriage, and then let me walk around in the meadow where the green grass grew with wild flowers.
My grandmother used to tell me I talked early from watching television commercials and memorizing names of products at the grocery store! But my grandfather was the one who read to me every night until I fell asleep.
I think I was talking in full sentences at 8 months and hiking up mountains at 11 months. Not sure if that's "early" or "late". My younger sister was walking at 10 months, and talking long before that I remember.
The joke in our family is, "...and they haven't shut up since!" :-) Hey, we've got stuff to say, right?! LOL
early in one and late in the other. It doesn't predict what kind of adult you'll become, so parents shouldn't obsess over how early or late their babies are reaching milestones.
I was an early talker before a year old and walker by a year and very observant so I was and still am a smart person
My mother says I was walking at 9 months.Not sure about how early I could talk. My daughter wasn't walking until she turned 2, she could already speak full sentences and pronounce complicated words for her age by then eg: Elephant.
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