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Posted in Babysitting on 15th March 2013

Does anyone have a fairly early baby then a full term baby?
My first was 35 weeks if it 9 1/2 months he couldnt get food alone was, I guess he was a little slower than average, my second who was full term, the trains can pick up and eat it himself tried it to go, and all kinds of things, I’m in amazment … If you had an early baby then a full term baby was full term much “faster” on everything? It’s probably trying to keep a bit of it up with his brother too =) Best Answer (s):

response from Lily
Hello. My daughter was born at 36 weeks. I found that they are a few things that are a bit later had a friend who bubs who were a little older, in comparison did. She did not start walking until 18 months! But I do not know if this is with something to do that was born early … Maybe a bit, I think. My son was born almost full term and at 6 months he is almost crawling and can even his bottle for a minute or so. He appears in his abilities much faster than my daughter will continue to. But staying all that my daughter is now almost 3 and is one of the smartest kids in her kindy =) Just took them a while to get there!

response from Crissie
my daughter was about a week earlier, and takes them to eat with utensils and running around like a great thing (she is 23 months), babies learn at different times do not think it matters if they emerge into the world

answer by Kayla born 8/18/09 <3
I wonder exactly same thing. My daughter was born at 34 weeks and is now 7 months and seems to be doing everything much slower. She is healthy but it is embarrassing to hear “should sit your baby”, “Your baby should crawl”. Ugh it drives me insane, and I’m worried. After reading your question I feel a little better lol.

response from αrmч wífєч & єvєrєtt the mσmmч
My baby was born exactly 5 weeks early. He is only 4 1/2 months seems advanced for his age. He is old the size of a normal 4 1/2 months (and was only 4 pounds 13 ounces at birth), he can stand on his own for a few seconds, he can sit for a bit of help from others, and it has almost to the point where he can sit on his own, he can hold his bottle (but he gets lazy =]), he kept his head up in the first few weeks after he was born, etc.. All babies are however different. Her youngest could only try to keep up with big brother. People say younger children devolop faster when they have to imitate an older brother.

response from Mom of 2 Beautiful Peanuts
My first was born at 37 weeks. My second was at 40 weeks, actually born on my due date. She is only 9 months, so it’s a bit early to say, but I do not think so. My second definitely fed much earlier, but my first crawled früher.Es is really hard to say what is just depends on the individual child or something because it’s early on. 37 weeks is full term anyway, so I do not expect much difference. My first of paragraphs talking about 18 months. But she did not walk until 15 months.

answer by Nate & Ryan Mother
My first son was born 36 weeks, with my second 38th My first practice was all too soon. He pushed, rolled, sat, crawled, and left early. My second is only 4 months, but he seems to be doing things right. I suspect he will do a lot of things earlier than my first, because the younger child tends to try to copy the older. We.

response from Mommy of 2 yo & new preemie see
It is a fact that would happen. Since your baby was born 5 weeks early, he was / she is expected to be back by about a month. They call this “adjusted” age when it is based have been born. My second son was born six weeks premature. He is 4 months old, but developmentally at about 3 months. His adjusted age is 2 1/2 months. He is said to hit the milestones of a 2 1/2 months old. Anything more is a bonus. 🙂 Most preemies catch up completely developmentally 2 years. My baby is 9 months old? Your pediatrician should have talked to you about it.

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