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Jennybananna 2 kids; Gilbert, AZ, United States 25079 posts
15th Mar '13
Quoting [Gryffinwhore♥]:" Find a different doctor, momma. You need a second opinion."

this.

tonys_mama(army wife) 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Fort Irwin, California 15536 posts
15th Mar '13

I would find another pedi. They made a big deal about my DD not doing the pincher grasp at 9 months I can't imagine what they would have done ad she not been sitting up yet.

Munchkin Maker 2 kids; Maryland 733 posts
15th Mar '13
Quoting l☮j:" Honestly, I would have brought it up to a doctor long before now."


^This!

IDGAF ❤ 1 child; Don't worry about it, CA, United States 30740 posts
15th Mar '13
Quoting [yo.]:" I would have been asking by like 10months if he wasn't crawling or sitting up"


:!::!::!:

user banned 2 kids; Hamilton, Ontario 19220 posts
15th Mar '13

Not being able to sit up straight was one of my first predictors of a very serious illness in my son.



I would demand test, or atleast an OT working with him. Good luck OP

The Blissful Six 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Massachusetts 10260 posts
15th Mar '13

If you have an Early Intervention program in your area call them to set up an evaluation. They will do OT and PT with him in your home if you qualify.



ETA:
You do have Early Intervention in your area called first steps. Here's the link:
http://chfs.ky.gov/dph/firststeps.htm

Take me as I am 18 kids; Wyoming 1669 posts
15th Mar '13

Not normal at all, please get someone to help out. New pedi or something. Good luck to the two of you!!!

...lll 1 child; Rutland, Vermont 1400 posts
15th Mar '13

wouldnt worry about crawling... babies often skip it and walk. not sitting is concerning though. if you put him on his butt... how long does he sit for?

Lindsey Westerman 1 child; Cadiz, Kentucky 4 posts
15th Mar '13

If I sit him on his butt he usually topples forward within 1 minute. He can roll like nobody's business, but I sill find it very concerning that he can't sit with out me holding him in my lap in that position.

Severus Snape 2 kids; Tennessee 3550 posts
15th Mar '13

Yeah I'd say get a new pedi. That's not normal and needs to be looked at more carefully.

♥rEVOLution&hearts 4 kids; Eagar, Arizona 6985 posts
15th Mar '13

At about 8 months my daughter wasn't sitting up or anything either. Her pedi referred us to a at home physical therapist who was amazing, she taught us exercises to help her learn.

Lindsey Westerman 1 child; Cadiz, Kentucky 4 posts
8th Apr '13

Just an update. Our pedi referred us to a local program called first steps which is in home therapy. He also referred us to a neurologist on July 19. Crossing my fingers that the neuro doesn't find anything too serious!