Hello, my son is 7 months old, he doesn't craw yet. But partly my fault, he doesn't get all that much tummy time. I lay him on his tummy, he'll be fine for a little while then gets mad, and either rolls over him self, or gets fussy until I get him off his tummy. He sits very well, and can roll both ways. He tries to sit him self up (from laying down) doesn't quite have the strength for that yet, but he can stand, if he has something to hold onto for a while. But doesn't craw. I know that all babies are different, I just feel he should be crawing, everybody always asks me, is he crawing yet...no. Maybe I just worry too much.
Any ideas on how to help him, and how old was your LO when they started to craw.
He doesn't have to crawl at 7 months. 7 months is usually the starting time kids learn to crawl. Don't rush him. He'll do it when he's ready.
Dd is 10 months old and she still falls on her face when she tries to crawl every time. She's learning on her own and there's no deadline to when she must learn. I'm not going to push her to speed things up. I'd rather her figure things out than just be shoved through the motions.
My son is the same way. He hated being on his stomach I'd try many times to play w toys in front of him he didn't care when he learned to roll he'd get mad when he rolled onto his stomach He can sit up from when he's on his stomach and pull himself up to a stay sometimes he's can push himself backwards and can get on his hands and knees but just to day he started rocking which is good any other time when he's trying to crawl he'd pick up a hand and fall oh and he's 7 1/2 months and he doesn't even hold his bottle himself he's lazy but I don't mind
My daughter didn't crawl until 9 months. It wasn't until I took her to Gymboree and saw the other babies crawling and just took off. I'd been trying to get her to crawl at home by getting her on her knees and watching me crawling around, but I guess she just needed to see babies.