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My first two preemies (who were only born a week or two shy of 37 weeks, so "barely preemie) didn't walk until 13 months. AND they say babies can start walking anywhere between 10 months and 18 months (and I know babes who have walked earlier and later than that!) and still be fine. As long as your baby's balance seems okay and strength, I wouldn't worry. But you can always mention it to your son's pedi and see what they think. If you are concerned at all, there's nothing wrong with setting up some early intervention services. IMO, it's better they get EI services they don't need then to not get them when they do. But honestly, I personally wouldn't be overly worried.
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Porter still isn't walking. He's only been crawling for just over a month. He pulls up on everything though and is starting to try to let go and stand and to side step while holding onto the furniture or whatever. I don't think I walked until 14 or 15 months so I'm not worried.