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During her first year, your baby is busy developing coordination and muscle strength in every part of her body.
She'll learn to sit, roll over, and crawl before moving on to pulling up and standing at about 9 months.
If yours still hasn't stopped cruising, it just means walking on his own is going to take a little longer.
As your baby learns to pull himself up to a standing position, he may need some help figuring out how to get back down again.
He may even be able to let go and stand without support.
About this time, your baby will also probably be stooping and squatting.
Your child's first steps are her first major move toward independence.
At about 9 months, your baby will probably start trying to pull himself up to a stand while holding onto furniture (so make sure everything in his path is sturdy enough to support him).
If you help him along by propping him up next to the sofa, he'll hang on tight.
By the time your baby's about 6 months old, he'll bounce up and down if you let him balance his feet on your thighs.
Bouncing will be a favorite activity over the next couple of months, as your baby's leg muscles continue to develop while he masters rolling over, sitting, and crawling.