What happens to a baby in the first year of life? You must know this

time:2023-02-03 02:48:27source:monlittlebaby.com author:Baby bones
What happens to a baby in the first year of life? You must know this

Your baby's first year grows rapidly and changes a lot. Every child is different and your child will develop at his own pace. Let's talk about some changes in each stage of the baby today~

1 to 3 months

about 1 baby after birth Yue, their hands and feet are still relatively slow, and their necks can't twist freely. They may keep their hands in fists, and their eyes may stray from time to time. The baby will also develop some new skills. They may show the following behaviors: Put their hands close to the face to observe the face instead of other objects Focus on something 20-30 cm away Turn their head from one side to the other while lying down and turn their head to see when they hear a sound When your baby is 3 months old, you will notice some changes in your baby. They may: try to grab and hold objects put their hands on their mouths put their heads up or prop up while lying down stretch their hands and feet or kick their feet stomp or bounce sometimes suck their fingers or hands , calming down Cooing or grunting Staring at objects 30 cm away

4 to 6 months

When babies are almost half a year old, they are no longer newborns. Their movements will also have more purpose, and their vision and speaking skills will improve. They may: Smile at people Learn the sounds they hear Express different feelings (hunger, pain) with different cries By 6 months (half year old), they should be able to control head movements: Respond to strangers Look at themselves in the mirror Like to play with other people, especially their own parents Links different sounds together when speaking and responds when hearing their own name Putting objects in their mouths Reaching for toys Passing toys from one hand to the other By 6 months, some infants are still Yes: You can roll left and right. You can sit and stand without support. Put your weight on your legs when you are standing. 7 to 9 monthsAs your baby grows, they become more stable. At 7 to 9 months, some babies can sit up on their own and pick up and move things with their hands. Some can even walk at 9 months. Babies can usually feel the full range of colors by 7 months. Typically, by the end of the 9th month, your baby might: Hold tight to strangers around you Have a special love for certain toys Understand the word "no" Play games like peek-a-boo Reach Holds distant toys Puts things in mouth Can easily transfer things from one hand to the other Can sit on one's own Can stand with support Can crawl

10-12 months

As your baby approaches 1 year old, they can explore more worlds. They have learned new ways to communicate with you and others, with new physical changes every day. They may: Pass you a toy or book Find when you leave and feel uneasy Use a sound or movement to get your attention Raise your hands or feet when getting dressed Use gestures to express themselves (such as "Don't" " and "goodbye") say a few simple words like "mom" or "um" imitate what you say look for objects behind you can put your hands together and wave Have your own thoughts follow simple instructions to drink from a cup thumbs and index finger can pick up small objects, including food that is put into the mouth. At this age, the child can sit, crawl and stand. It is normal for a 1-year-old to not walk, but some children can. Most 1-year-olds can: Sit by themselves, hold onto objects, stand up, move on supports, stand by themselves, take a few steps the actual situation of the baby. When your baby's body is ready, they will have new changes. If you are concerned about your baby's development, you can talk to your baby's doctor. With each passing month, you may see some changes:
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