encouraging a toddler to walk more independently
In this video, we are showing how we encourage our 16 month old toddler Aurora to walk more on her own using the squeaky sandals, which works.

Aurora was a late walker, she started walking at 13 months old. Therefore, we tried to encourage her to walk as much as possible.

One of the ways we tried was getting her squeaky sandals. She was very excited to wear those sandals thanks to the noise they make.

As you can see in the video, she was very enthusiastic to walk all over the place, thanks to her new sandals.

If you have a toddler who is a lazy walker, you might want to invest in a pair of squeaky sandals or light up shoes.

Not long after that, we brought her to Chuck E Cheese’s. She didn’t know how to play the games there yet, but she had a blast.

Bringing your toddler to Chuck E Cheese’s is highly recommended. They will lots of space to run and walk, and the lights and sound will stimulate them. That’s all for the cost of one pizza, isn’t it great?

Skills Status
Age 16 months old
Crawl YES -
Walk YES -
Speech In progress Mama, Papa, Mooh,
Meow (when she sees cats on streets or TV)
Woof (when she sees dogs on streets or TV)
Quack-Quack (when she sees duck on TV)
Mam-mam (eat in Indonesian)
A,B,C, 1,2,3,4,8,10
Uh Oh, No, Yeah, Hi, duck, cat, Bobok
Potty  NO
 Self Feed In progress With hands only
Social Interactions NO too shy
Shapes and Color In progress Able to put a few shapes in the hole
Read Books NO need us to read to her
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