Active, Coordinated Movement
Look Out, Here I Come!
There's a reason first walkers are called toddlers! Those first clumsy, slow, wide steps can best be described as "toddles," and you'll know the difference when he finally masters proper walking. Another Active, Coordinated Movement your baby might be working on is climbing: on furniture, up stairs, over the dog... To make climbing safer, practice going up and down the stairs together and give him safe, fun climbing challenges, like an obstacle course made of cushions.
Has your baby achieved the following Active, Coordinated Movement developmental milestones yet? If yes, check off all the skill(s) he has already mastered to date!