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The 4 legs: not a necessary step
- If the four legs is an important step for psychomotor development and autonomy, it is not a must! Some children move "in crab", on the side, others in "swimmer" progressing backwards with swimming reflexes of the newborn.
- The "hypertonic" keeps the legs stiff and advances on the hands and toes. Some children also keep their hands on the ground, one knee on the ground and tend the second leg that serves as propellant. Or, rest on the elbows, buttocks pointing backwards. What creativity!