different styles of baby crawling
not every infant crawls in the traditional manner.
there are different styles of baby crawling.
different crawling styles include:
--classic hands-and-knees or cross crawl-- the infant bears weight on her hands and knees, then moves one arm and the opposite knee forward at the same time.
--bear crawl-- it looks like the classic crawl, but the infant keeps her elbows and knees straight, walking on hands and feet like a bear.
--belly or commando crawl-- the infant moves her body forward while dragging her belly against the floor.
--bottom scooter-- the infant scoots around on her bottom using her arms to move herself forward.
--crab crawl-- the infant moves backward or sideways like a crab, propelling herself with her hands.
--rolling crawl-- the infant gets to her destination by rolling from one place to another.