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Baby Milestone Checklist

 

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Baby Milestone Checklist This Baby Milestone checklist is a brief chart (with explanations and tips) of events on the glorious path through his/her early period of development (8 weeks-24 months). With a help of this checklist you can learn how your babe is supposed to grow (however, this is not a strict rule for everyone, but just the most common way which supports different variations).  


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Tips:

  • While there is a common timeline that represents normal way of development of an “average baby”, nevertheless this is not a rule for everyone, as a normal development has very broad parameters, so it is ok when every child grows up in his/her own individual manner (but without serious delays on a major path);
  • It is necessary to keep the milestone chart in mind, but you shouldn’t get focused too much on checking its milestones and get stressed if your child doesn’t meet some of these points just “on-time”. Some deviations from “the plan” are possible and what you really need to do is just to enjoy the journey of your child’s growth;
  • Maintain the diary to keep control over your child’s natural development. Consult with your pediatrist by phone when you think it is required (if you are appointed to service of such a specialist, then he/she will provide you with a calendar of visits to him/her to test reactions and health of your baby);
  • Do not compare your baby to others, as minor variations in development are not an indication that your baby is less “normal” or less advanced than a child of your friends or neighbors;
  • Keep up recording your journal, and once you think that a development delay on a couple of areas is detected, inform your doctor (and also do not fuel your fears and fantasies with some Internet-searched information, better let the specialists do their job);
  • Consult with your doctor for some activities (games and coaching) that can be applied to stimulate harmonious development of your child;
  • You can employ some software that can be any organizing program like VIP Organizer. It can be used as a computer-based tracker, and also serve like an electronic diary to keep up your notes;

Baby Milestone List:

  • 8 weeks (Smiling);

An infant can produce a social smile when he/she is about 8 weeks old. Usually it takes that long for child’s nervous system and vision to develop enough to see you and produce a smile in response.

  • 2 or 3 months (Rolling over);

“Tummy time” which should be supervised attentively is a time when your babe may lift himself into a push-up position and then start to rock back and forth or kick her feet (those movements will send her rolling over). There is no need to coach your baby to roll, but just make sure that child has a safe place to try it out if he/she wants to.

  • 3 or 4 months (Grabbing);

Babies begin to take and simply drop things (a child learns to manipulate things with his/her hands), and they begin to learn more details about how their toys work (it is necessary to strongly avoid any toys that weren’t approved for small children, due to small parts they can be made of). Your baby begins to develop a social smile – he/she smiles at the sound of your voice, watch faces intently, coo, and make other noises. Your babe becomes more expressive and communicates more with face and body. He/she enjoys playing with others, and may cry when playing stops;

  • 5 months (Hugging);

By watching others hug and getting hugged, your baby will quickly learn to hug Mom, Dad, and other people that he/she is comfortable around (as well as stuffed toys, pets, etc);

  • 6 months (Crawling);

Your baby should recognize you and seem happy to see you, seem interested in different sights and sounds, and begin to babble. He/she canplay peekaboo” with you (also can be called "Where's Mommy?").

  • 7 Months (Vision);

Interested in mirror images. Sits with the support of hands. Develops full color vision and ability to track moving objects improves.

  • 8 months (Sitting up);

Your baby begins to sit up by himself. Once your child has enough balance, arm strength, and head, neck, and lower-body control, he/she will be able to sit up.

  • 10 to 18 months (Walking);

Walking requires muscle strength, coordination, balance and a certain level of emotional maturity, the most of babies start to walk in this period of time.

  • 11 to 14 months (First words);

Generally babies utter their first words at this age, but they can start speaking even earlier;

  • 12 months;

Your baby should point to objects that interest him/her and reach for things, wave, and say one or a few simple words in addition...



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