My girl was normally advanced for her age in terms of developmental milestones (held head up at 3 days old, rolled over at 2 weeks, crawled at 7 months etc) but now she's 13 months and seems pretty slow at acquiring new skills.) She started trying to stand unassisted at 9 months, but even now hardly ever wants to do it. She walked for the first time over a month ago, but hasn't done it since She's learned to wave and clap un the last month, so there's that. She also repeated "book" to me the other day. But I still just wonder if its normal for a baby that stood up against furniture at 8 months is still doing that the majority of the time now instead if walking? I've tried encouraging her to walk again, but it doesn't seem like she wants to even though she did it before She's very social, interactive and definitely understands words. She just babbles the majority of the time instead of saying words (although its possible I'm not recognizing them - it was my family that picked up her first word "hi" at 7 months and not me) These days she says hi, and mom and "yeah" sometimes when I offer her something but nit a whole lit else. Please tell me this can be normal and I shouldn't worry?