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Hi All,

My 15 mth daughter is walking on her toes ever since she started to learn to walk. It's almost 2 mths that she walks on her toe and I never see her walking with both feet touching the ground unless she is standing. Could that be something to do with her muscle disorder or will she outgrow this?

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I am not really sure too but I heard it is due of baby too fast using walker that's lead too baby try to stand and move earlier when their lil feet having long enough to touch the ground so it will later cause this. But it is true or not I am not sure lar...

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b4 my gal 2yo,she likes to walked on her toes too,i just let her do it,may be she just feel fun when walk on toes,(be positive thinking:can practise her ankles, and legs musclers..:),but now she seldom walked on toes,but i found when she want to get something on table,she can rise her feet highest n strong,sometime she can stand on her toes,n fine her balance...she feel fun...:D

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I am not really sure too but I heard it is due of baby too fast using walker that's lead too baby try to stand and move earlier when their lil feet having long enough to touch the ground so it will later cause this. But it is true or not I am not sure lar...

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I heard that too. I started to put her in the walker when she started to take solid. Don't know that's too early or not. Is there any way to let her put her both feet down when walk? Or should I bring her to the paed?

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b4 my gal 2yo,she likes to walked on her toes too,i just let her do it,may be she just feel fun when walk on toes,(be positive thinking:can practise her ankles, and legs musclers..:),but now she seldom walked on toes,but i found when she want to get something on table,she can rise her feet highest n strong,sometime she can stand on her toes,n fine her balance...she feel fun...:D

LOL...If this is just something fun for her, I also wouldn't mind. I'm just worried if it's something to do with muscle disorder, I wish to get her treated b4 it is too late. Btw, how long for your gal to walk normal from tip-toe? My little one really walks on her toes ALL the time.

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ya, i know,when i saw my gal walked like that,i oso felt is abnormal.aft she turned 2yo,she seldom walked tipp-top,just sometime only,b4 that,she almost walked on toes,unless she is running or want to walked fast,but sometime she forgot or something actractive her,she wil walked as normal.normaly she walked on toes when she is "alone",with us she wont walk like that,so i was thinking may be she is boring n fine something fun for herself.

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Just to make sure she has no celebral palsy, bring her to the paed to check. Don't worry, this minor problem of shorter calf muscles can be corrected. But you can try to determine if she is merely doing it for fun or out of habit.

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I am not really sure too but I heard it is due of baby too fast using walker that's lead too baby try to stand and move earlier when their lil feet having long enough to touch the ground so it will later cause this. But it is true or not I am not sure lar...

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Mine has never used a walker but now he's 8 months old, when he walks holding onto things, he also walks tip toe :lol:

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