Standing: no forcing

Standing: no forcing


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Standing: no forcing

  • It is from the standing position, hooked to a piece of furniture or a support that your child will experiment and work his balance.
  • By intervening physically, you risk short-circuiting the learning process and forcing it to burn the steps.
  • It is easy to spot a child who has not been given enough autonomy in learning to walk: he keeps a long precarious step, legs apart, he is often clumsy and uncomfortable in his body.


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