The growth and development characteristics of babies from 1-12 months, the only way for newborns to go, do you remember?

time:2023-02-03 05:15:15source:monlittlebaby.com author:Cry
The growth and development characteristics of babies from 1-12 months, the only way for newborns to go, do you remember?

#parentinghavetrick# The formulas for baby growth and development can basically be kept in mind,

sleep in January, cry in February, recognize people in March, turn over in April, teeth in May, complementary food in June, sitting in July , crawling in August, calling mother in September and October, standing in November, and walking in December

So what are the characteristics of growth and development in the first year of a newborn baby?

First month

Babies try to raise their heads when they are in the prone position, and respond to the sound by turning their head to the source of the sound. Eyes move with objects. The baby's hand is basically a fist.

Remind parents to pay attention to the position of the baby's thumb. Some babies make a fist normally with their thumbs outside, and some babies hold their thumbs inside the four fingers. Pay attention to whether the thumb is buckled inside.

Because my baby kept his thumb in the four fingers at that time, he didn't take out the thumb until the baby was six months old. During that time, I was very worried and gave the baby thumb massage to help. The baby takes his thumb out.

The second month

When the baby is in the vertical position, he can hold his head upright for a while, can make a harmonious guttural sound, has facial expressions, will be laughed at by his mother, can show the red object to the baby, and the baby's eyes can be seen Rotate with the object.

The third month

Lying is the foundation of all major sports and lays a good foundation for turning over. The baby can lift his chest when lying on his stomach, and my baby will roll over at 3 months. Some babies will be late. Babies can babble, turn their heads 180 degrees in response to objects they see or sounds they hear, and start observing their hands. Get interested in your own hands.

The fourth month

The baby can support the whole body with both hands when lying on the stomach, and will laugh out loud. At that time, the baby liked the carrot squat very much. I held the baby and played the carrot squat. The baby laughed very happily. Can play hands, mother breastfeeding baby, baby will be very happy.

Fifth month

You can stand for a while with your baby under the armpits (but not too long). Can pronounce monotonous syllables such as Da Ba, can reach out to shoot objects, can distinguish human voices, can show the baby in a mirror, and the baby will laugh at himself in the mirror.

Sixth month

The baby can sit alone for a while, but my baby was still unsteady and fell down after sitting for a while. Some babies will also sit very steadily this month. Will reach out to grab their favorite toys, meet acquaintances and strangers, and respond to other people's expressions. Because my babies are basically taken care of by me, I rarely see strangers. Babies are not afraid to meet strangers outside.

Seventh month

Babies will roll over proficiently. At that time, the baby can roll from the head of the bed to the end of the bed.

Remind parents to watch the baby closely after the baby rolls over. Tumbled and fell off the bed. Be sure to pay special attention.

Sitting alone will produce syllables such as father, mother, etc., but unconsciously. He can understand his own name, and he can eat with his hands.

Eighth month

Babies can crawl and then sit up on their own, repeat simple syllables made by adults, pay attention to adults' behavior, and beat and pass toys. Can change toys from left hand to right hand.

The ninth month

Baby can stand with an object, and then sit down by himself. At that time, my baby was basically playing in the fence, so I learned to stand and walk while leaning on the fence. Can understand a few words such as goodbye, clapping, etc.

The tenth month

can stand alone for a while, walk a few steps in an armchair or cart, begin to imitate adult movements, wave goodbye, clap, congratulate and other gestures.

Eleventh month

Babies can hold objects with one hand, bend down to pick up things, speak some vocabulary words, and learn to drink from a cup. imitate the actions of adults.

The twelfth month

walks alone, can squat down to pick up things, can take the initiative to say some vocabulary words, such as mother, father, etc. My baby can also say aunt, grandma, big, stay up late, goose, etc. sound. Objects that are told to mom can be brought to mom. Can point out their hands, eyes, nose, etc. Every child's development process is different. Don't compare with other children. It doesn't matter if it is a little slower. Let the baby take it slowly. The mothers wait patiently for the baby. The baby is very smart. May every baby grow up safely and healthily. @Full-time treasure mom jojo welcomes attention and comments. Share parenting experience #0-6 years old parenting Jing# The picture comes from the Internet, and the infringement contact is deleted.
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