Babies and toddler develop at their own rates, but the general sequence of events is usually the same. You can drive yourself batty comparing your tot to others, but you’re not crazy in noting if something in your toddler appears to be happening a markedly slower rate than others the same age.
Motor development delays are good ones to catch as early as possible in order to improve chances of optimal improvement.
Here are 5 signs (via BabyCenter.com) that you might need to consult with a doctor about your toddler’s motor development
For 5 more motor development red flags in toddlers, go to BabyCenter.com
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