I and welcome. i was the same as him as our stairs were very steep. So i would crawl down backwards untill i got my balance as i grew. Do you have a hand rail? If so maybe guide him down holding one and and his other hand is on the rail and then let him go down by himself, him holding the rail and you walking next to him. 3 is very young and his is still not coordinated.
Hi. Well, how does he do in other areas of gross development? I ask that because sometimes kids have fear based on a nervous system issue in which they aren't getting proper signals to the brain telling them where there body is in space. These kids often bang themselves into things and enjoy 'crashing'.
Thanks for your replies. In fact, he can go up and down holding the trail but not alone and he prefers holding my hand. For the other areas of gross development he doesn't have any problem he swims, climbs, jumps, goes down slides, walks on tip toes but his movement is a little bit slowler than kids as his age and he can't ride a trycicle yet
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