With this 11 month infant guide, you should have a strong and fast crawler. They will be standing more without aid. Repeating more words in speech.
Their independence is beginning to show. Your 10-month old infant is crawling strong and attempting to stand by themselves. Almost ready to walk.
Look at what he or she is doing – they are trying to stand up! See if your infant meet the milestones using this 9 month infant care guide.
Can you believe your infant is 8 months old? Time is moving by fast. They are now crawling – making recognizable sounds and are starting to get into things.
Your infant turns 7 months old – just a month away from crawling. Let’s go over this 7 month infant care guide to view the baby’s growth.
Your infant turns 6 months old – it is going fast. So what to expect? Review this 6 month infant care guide to see how your baby development is going.
At 5 months, the baby’s motor skills are improving fast. Some of the motor skills include rolling over one-way, grasping and smile spontaneously.
4-months old and they are starting to recognize and grasp. So with this 4 month infant care guide, how does the baby stack up?
So they are 3 months old. Definite changes that you begin to notice. So with this 3 month infant care guide, let’s see what changes have occurred.
Now that your infant is 2-month olds, you are seeing some development that is just inspiring. They should now recognize who you are and responding to your voice. Let’s summarize their grown with this 2 month infant care guide.
Now your infant is 1-month old. Hope all is well. Now starts the development that shows the attachment of infant to its parents. It is an explosive period of development.
Do you have a newborn expected to join your household? Then let us present a series of infant growth caring guides for your new arrival. It will be a simple outline of care and expectations with reference sources.