Kate Middleton Missed A Major Milestone For Prince George

Wed, March 26, 2014 3:16pm EDT by 8 Comments
Prince George Crawls First Time
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Alan Merritts

Posted at 4:28 AM on March 29, 2014  

Why are you still calling her Kate Middleton when she has been married for years and has child? Our firstborn daughter was walking at 8 1/2 months. She did everything early. She was crawling at 5 months and the house had to be childproofed quickly

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kim.

Posted at 4:14 PM on March 27, 2014  

Wow, my baby didn’t start to crawl until 10 months old, but she started walking a few months after that.

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dunjav2013

Posted at 5:19 AM on March 27, 2014  

Reblogged this on dunjav.

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RedOwl

Posted at 6:00 PM on March 26, 2014  

Parents can be at work or out shopping and a baby can reach a milestone in the absence of the parents. Naturally, any parent wants to be present at special times but even for the ordinary “Joe” this isn’t always possible.

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lisa

Posted at 5:51 PM on March 26, 2014  

Not for nothing, but the kid needs to be put down and learn life. Should have been crawling a long time ago. YES, I HAVE 5 KIDS! Nannies? What about parents? PLEASE!

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RedOwl

Posted at 6:45 PM on March 26, 2014  

Reply to Lisa:

I totally do not understand your post. What do you mean by saying that the “kid needs to be put down and learn life”? “Put Down”? Is Prince George an injured horse? “Learn Life”? You are speaking about a tiny baby.

My daughter, who developed very normally, never crawled. One day she just decided to stand and took a step. No child SHOULD be crawling by a certain deadline.

Please, everyone, stop thinking about “Nannies” as something weird.They are basically babysitters who are in certain circles referred to as “nannies”. I am not a member of the aristocracy but as a regular working mother I had only one person who cared for my daughter when I couldn’t be there. Since my background is British, a person who regularly cares for the same child is often referred to as a “Nanny”. I live in Canada and have many friends who have “nannies” for their children and none of them are members of the British Royal Family. Some nannies live with the family and other nannies live on their own. Having a nanny is often much cheaper and more personal than having your child enrolled in Day Care.

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Greg Bradford

Posted at 1:06 PM on March 27, 2014  

REALLY!!! You write about this? Were they present for his first burp, fart, pee, poop, sneeze, “next” cute word, etc??? Do not hover over your children parents, you need your own time as well. Bonnie Fuller, find another career path!!!

 
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Alan Merritts

Posted at 4:31 AM on March 29, 2014  

We held ours a lot, lots of cuddling, talking, snuggling, and playing. Our firstborn was crawling at 5 months, holding herself up at 6 months, pulling herself along the furniture at 7 months and walking at 8 1/2 months. Different kids mature at different rates. She talked early too and turned out to be an academic genius. She was also loved and held a lot. We had no nanny but my wife grew up with parents who had one for her.

 
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