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I heard somewhere that crawling has something to do later with cognative abilities. My dd is 20 months old and has only taken a few steps she has been crawling all over for months. She is advanced over all kids in her age group with everything else (except the walking) and her cognative tests at least a year ahead. (we have EIC coming out to help with her SID and late walking). She just does things, no need to teach her she can just go, go go without being taught. She loves putting pegs in holes etc. things like that. She is verbally advanced too compaired to my other children at this same age and talks better than at least half kids her own age. She is very cordinated too, she doesn't have the clumsy movements of a toddler.

I haven't heard anything about writing or anything like that but it does make sense that it could cause a problem.
 
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