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<P>If you are a first time parent, you will be excited for each developmental milestone in your baby life. You might be familiar with common developmental stages like smiling, crawling, and walking, but your baby doesn stop at that. Although, all babies do not develop at the same pace, they are always learning and constantly pulling themselves up the milestone ladder. Therefore it is important that you understand and appreciate the different developmental stages your baby goes through.</P>
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<P>Once your baby masters crawling and starts oving?around with confidence he will make every attempt there is to try to grab anything within his reach and pull himself up to a standing position. Some babies need a bit of support; others do it entirely on their own. At this time your baby muscles are strong enough and he will be able to bear weight on his legs even if at the beginning it for a short time only. According to pediatricians, pulling up usually happens between 8 and 10 months of age. Often parents forget that pulling up and standing should be followed by sitting down and that babies do not know how to sit down on their own. They have to learn how to do that too, so give them a helping hand. </P>
<P>Household furniture is the most common aid babies use for pulling up ?coffee tables, TV stands, chairs, big flower pots, bookshelves, etc. Unfortunately babies cannot foresee that a clash with one of these might lead not only to bumps and bruises but even to more serious injuries. All the furniture that is not sturdy enough to support the baby weight and might topple down should be moved away, glass and metal objects are especially baby unfriendly. Soften the sharp edges of coffee and end tables with towels, <B><a href="http://www.hjbon.com/bottega-veneta-c-363/">bottega veneta outlet usa </a></B>remove coasters from all furniture.</P>
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