At this age it is common for babies to have one leg or both legs slightly or more noticeably bowed. This is usually due to baby's position when in the uterus.In most cases baby's legs will straighten with time especially as you say when starting to walk or early on once walking.Your paediatrician will be watching your baby and will advise you if there is any need for concern [which is highly unlikely]
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