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What To Expect From Infant Development

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The first year of a babies life the infant development changes very quickly. When your baby is two months you will see them beginning to laugh and smile. They should also start to make cute noises. If you lay them on their stomachs they can hold their head and chest up for a short amount of time. Babies can also watch your movements with their eyes and turn when they hear a noise at two months.

Your baby will not have the same temperament or personality as other babies. Babies are different just like adults are. You may have a baby that cries all the time and needs constant attention or you could have a baby that is always happy and content. You can have one baby that will sit quietly and happy in a baby swing and another baby that will scream when you put them in a baby swing.

Do not needlessly worry over the temperament of your baby. You will learn to know what they like and dislike and what type of personality they have. You also do not have to worry if other babies are doing things your baby is not doing just yet. Some babies just learn a little slower than others. If it makes you feel better though you can always go to the doctor for a check up.

When a baby turns four months old that is when they should start rolling over and sitting with support. A good way to help them learn to sit is by placing pillows around them to help them sit up. This keeps them from falling over and hurting themselves. A four month old baby should also be able to hold small objects like rattles.

A six month old baby will start to try imitating speech. Of course they will not be talking just yet. However that will not stop them from trying. Six month old babies can also reach for things and sit without having to have support.

When your baby reaches nine months old he or she should be able to pull themselves into a standing position as long as they are holding on to something. Most babies can even walk at nine months as long as you hold their hands. This is important because this is how they will learn to walk on their own.

Eating with the family is an important part of infant development. This is where baby high chairs come in handy. The Stokke high chair brand change with the infant.

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