This charming video was posted by YouTuber Curtis Henderson last year, but it only came across our radar today. In it, Henderson's then 5-month-old baby, Landon, is playing on the floor, trying to crawl...
But then Landon gets a little help from Griffin, Henderson's Jack Russell Terrier.
Most babies start crawling between 6-10 months.
Though some children skip crawling altogether and go straight to standing and walking.
Believe it or not, there are many different crawling styles...
- classic crawl (moving one arm and the opposite leg together at the same time to push forward)
- scoot (dragging the bottom across the floor)
- crab crawl (moving with one knee bent and the other extended, either forward or sideways)
- commando crawl (lying flat on the tummy and using the arms to move forward)backward crawl