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My twins are 6 months old and I have noticed the first born(Vincent) does things way faster than Sophie. He rolled months before her he has babbling and saying mama and baba while she stays quiet even physically he has two teeth and she has none.. im not worried about the physical part at all but the mental development.. and doing things like rolling and crawling is it normal for her to be so far behind.. like 2 months about ??
Well mine were and are like this except reversed. My girl is the "advanced" one and my son is just super lazy. My girl crawled about 2 months before him and walked about 2-3 months before him. The ONLY thing he has done first is grow teeth. LOL! Seriously he great like 8 and she still had 2. I don't think there is anything to worry about yet. They are super cute though.
Is she hitting her milestones within the accepted time frame for most things? If so, then there is probably nothing to worry about. Each sibling develops at his/her own pace. If she is behind on her milestones, then you may want to mention something to her pedi at her next visit. It can't hurt to ask about it.
My ID twins have done most things right around the same time. They got teeth at different times though.
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