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Know if Your Baby is Bowlegged

Are you worried that your baby might be bowlegged?

Well, actually he is—as are all babies at this age. Bowlegs disappear as babies grow up. It is a normal phenomenon, although, very rarely, it could pose a real problem.

Bowlegs are quite common in babies until the age of 3 years or so. As the baby starts to walk, the legs start to straighten out and bowlegs begin to disappear.

Here are some essential Do’s and Don’ts to correct bowlegs in your baby:

Do’s:

Don’ts:

Know if Your Baby is Bowlegged

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The toddler phase in a child’s life can be sharply marked by an increasing need to assert its independence. This will be a time fraught with challenges for you, as you try to support your toddlers’ impulses to explore his environment, while also safeguarding them from any harm.

If the battle to assert your authority may sometimes lead to frayed nerves or tempers on your part, be sure that you will also be rewarded by the development of a new and complex level of interaction between your child and yourself. The toddler phase can indeed be very demanding, especially at the initial stage of the phase.

Here are some ways in which you can encourage and extend your support during this difficult and yet essential and interesting phase in your child’s life: