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Development Of A Baby

By Rachel Richards

For a baby the world is a wonderful thing and if we observe it we can see the wonder in it too. There are so many things which make up a baby’s world that they are almost never ending. In a very short time they can grow up and in this time they can learn so much and how extraordinary this can be. It will be looking for its first meal very soon after birth. It will tell someone when it is uncomfortable or hungry by crying. It will know its mother in a very short time and it will begin to know its father very soon after that.

After sleeping and feeding for about six weeks it will suddenly look up and give a beautiful smile and its parent will be so delighted. Now it is going to try to roll over and with this accomplished, next it will be practicing sitting up. With all those funny little noises it has been making in an effort to talk, it is going to try to crawl.

Soon after it is crawling and is heading under the table and chairs where it will bump its head, and this will be one of quite a few. It cries pick me up my head hurts, mum or dad obliges and gives it a little rub which is really soothing. Next it wants to stand and pulls itself up on anything it can helping to strengthen its little leg muscles.

There it goes taking its first step now, its leg muscles are strong enough and the parent are ecstatic. After it takes its first steps the parents will marvel at how fast it has grown. It is finding it is walking a little slow now so it is going to try and run.

Now baby is trying to say its first word the parents cannot understand, what was it mum, dad or bub? Did you hear that they will say, and they are ecstatic again. Baby will be talking soon and when he or she does, mum and dad will know what is being said but probably no one else will. Bub is learning to eat now and trying to do it all by itself, but not quite and that food was not supposed to go on the floor.

There are lots of smiles now and quite a lot of giggling and laughter, but there are also tears. Tears for tiredness, tears for hunger and tears for when it hurts. There is also a temper or perhaps its called throw a paddy when it cannot have what it wants.

This is called learning what you can have and what you cannot, and how much you can get away with and how much you cannot. Bub can be quite constructive in play now putting objects in boxes and taking them back out and even sitting in the box. Bath time can be fun as well with boats, coloured plastic things and plenty more.

Now it is time for learning at playgroup and sharing with other little ones. Pre school has arrived and so has the first painting for the fridge which is proudly displayed stuck on with fridge magnets. Your little baby is now growing up, where has time gone, he or she is off to school. Yes they are quite amazing and in those years that seem so short, they have learned so much.

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