Your baby may be using their thumb and forefinger to grasp objects. It's great for picking up toys, but watch out for non-edible objects on the floor!
Around the same time that your child will start speaking in short sentences is the same time that they may be open to potty-training. But every baby develops differently--watch this video to learn more about it.
Worried that your baby isn't crawling? Don't be. Some babies skip this step and head to the next. Learn more about these different milestones in this video.
By 10 months, babies should master crawling. By one year, they're highly mobile and can walk. But many normal babies don't walk until 16 or 17 months, which is normal. Babies should be walking by 18 months.
Your baby is still a newborn, and already you wonder how tall he'll grow to be! Generally, you can guess adult height based on your infant's current growth rate, or on your own size.
Your baby is quickly becoming active, so at this age, you can play active games with them. Fly them around the house, or encourage them to play on their stomach to encourage crawling.
During this stage, your baby will become more intelligent. It's a great time to play peek-a-boo and develop more interactive games.
In your baby's first 3 months, the games you play with them should be very simple. Play music and dance with them around the room, sing simple songs to them or hold up bright and colorful objects to their eyes--they love that.
The adjusted age is more useful for charting motor skills development than cognitive development. Most preemies tak ebetween 24 and 36 months to catch up to their peers born on schedule.
Pediatricians say that you can put your baby on a schedule around 4 months. The parent-led schedule is where the parent dictates sleeping, feeding and playing times. Advocates say this gives structure which is needed for a baby to thrive.
Bad behavior is often the result of simple curiosity. A firm 'no' and distracting them from the issue will usually stop the bad behavior.
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