With the 12 month infant care guide, your infant should stand strong and begin walking. He/she may be a bit wobbly, but every passing day getting better.
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.
Baby is asleep. But you want to check one more time to make sure everything is right. You note the beautiful crib as you enter the nursery. It holds your greatest treasure.
The nursery room is fun to decorate – especially when a little one is expected. One item you will need is a changing table. These tables are nicely organized to help find those things to keep baby clean and sore free. You will find some ideas below.