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I hate it when people tell me that I’ll regret trying to help my daughter walk. I’m sorry, but I want her to walk! First of all, she’s freaking heavy. Second, am I not supposed to help her accomplish milestones? She’s fourteen and half months, it’s just fine for her to walk 🙄

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— Right . it gets on my nerves . like you'll regret when they start crawling , walking , talking etc ummm excuse me for being a mom !

— @momofdeuce, I know!! I can’t wait for her to walk, and talk, and go to school. That’s part of the joy and the journey

— My son was not walking he was just walking while holding on but me and my husband had to show him that's when he started feeling encouraged abd now he is walking perfectly fine do what ur heart tells u

— Those r lazy parents just because they r all over the place and u gta always keep an eye but even when they crawling u gt keep ur eyes on them all the time

— I was trying to get my daughter to walk at 9 months like her dad did! Tell em to bite the wall!!!! I hear ya! My daughter was not light either, she started walking around 13-14 months.

— Same here girl. I hate it like worry about ur children and I’ll worry about mine. My daughter began to walk at 10 and a half months old. We love it.

— @larubia2723, I think the exact same thing.

— @brendam.paulino, that’s awesome! They all say She’ll get in to everything... yeah, she’s already in everything 🙄

— Tell them to go worry about the crack babies being born, or the kids being subjected to meth from their druggy parents! Your daughter learning to walk “early” or “late” is not a big deal in the their world, but it means the world to you! So tell them to worry about actual problems!!! Sorry, I’m a little fired up right now. LOL

— @sadiesue0718, I’m hoping she’ll get there soon, she’s so close!! I’m her momma, I’m supposed to be encouraging her! Crazy people... 😊

— @sadiesue0718, lol I love it!! It’s so true, there’s better things to think about than whether or not MY kid is walking