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Is your lo sitting up on their own or crawling. Weston can sit up on his own pretty well. He can sit for mins if he wants but than he'll lean a little too much and down he goes. He doesnt crawl yet. He will kinda do an army crawl but only backwards.
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Zack is full on sitting unassisted. He will topple over here and there still. He scoots backward and rolls all around the living room. He's started getting in all fours and rocking so even though I'm not ready, I know the crawling is coming.
Henry sits unassisted if I put him that position. He is trying hard to sit up by himself, but he can't quite do it. He is army crawling, and he hops like a frog too. He'll rock a few times and then pulls both legs forward together.
Porter can sit for a little bit. But he falls over a lot. He can't sit up unless you put him in that position. He isn't a huge fan of being on his tummy, so he hasn't tried to crawl at all yet. Which I am kinda ok with. Not ready for him to be mobile. Haha. But we're working on more floor time to hopefully get him headed that direction. He can turn himself around on his back though. He doesn't roll off his back much (he has a couple of times, but we gotta work on that), but he can wiggle himself into facing a different direction.