Baby Growth - Mother's e-Guide
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Baby’s Developmental Growth
Reduces activity when talked to.
Focuses on ‘rattle toy’ that is in the line of vision.
Lifts head when lying on tummy.
Eyes follow moving person around.
Smiles socially when stimulated.
Follows rattle toy with eyes past midline.
Rolls from front to back or reverse.
Laughs to self.
Searches for sound with eyes.
Actively holds rattle toy placed in hand.
Puts toys to mouth.
Lifts head high with chest up when lying on tummy.
Screams with happiness.
Plays with fingers in front of face.
Good neck control when pulled to sit.
Sits with assistance or unsupported with a round back.
Reaches out, grasps toy with one hand.
Uses single sounds: da, ba, ba, ka, etc.
Begins to make sounds such as: baba, dadad and responds to sound with sound.
Bangs table with toys.
Transfers toy from hand to hand.
Turns head when name is called.
Tries to pick up crumbs by raking with thumb, second and third fingers.
Handles toy in each hand.
Sits alone with back straight.
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