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What can I expect from my baby in month 7? By month 7, baby is moving more independently, and exploring her surroundings. Also, the first set of teeth might be arriving. Get ready to help your baby cope with teething.
Separation anxiety your baby might have developed last month could keep him
What can I expect from my baby in month 6? Your baby's awareness of people, and individual identities is growing. This can sometimes lead to fear of being alone, which can be alleviated by playing ‘peekaboo’. Also, the race towards baby's first word is still on. Keep taking every opportun What can I expect from my baby in month 8? Baby is getting a move on, and trying to explore the world around him. Yes, it's more danger for baby, but also a wonderful time as the brain gets to grips with the big world around. A tip to get your baby moving - hold baby's favourite toy just out What can I expect from my baby in month 9? At 9 months old, baby is learning how to grab, shake, bang, drop and throw any item he can lift. Cautiously encourage these new skills. You may also hear words like ‘mama’, although some babies don't do this until much later. Remember, every baby What can I expect from my baby in month 10? The world of a 10-month-old is full of new things - new people, new skills, new places. Help make your baby's world interesting by taking her to new places for the first time, and teaching her new songs.
Ensure your baby gets the nutrients he needs.
What can I expect from my baby in month 12? Congratulations! You and your baby have been through one year of growing and learning. Your baby is developing very quickly into a unique and remarkable individual. And, it's time for some significant physical changes.
If you've been bottle-feeding,
What can I expect from my baby in month 11? You're probably convinced your baby will be the next Bear Grylls. He is passionate about discovering what's ‘over there’, cruising while holding on to furniture, standing (although a bit wobbly) and going up stairs (but not necessarily down). Mak How should I care for my newborn’s umbilical cord? Umbilical cords do more than mark the future site of a baby’s belly button. They are the unborn baby’s lifeline, providing a connection to the placenta, from which come the oxygen and nutrients needed to survive. Given that those unborn lungs lac

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What can I expect from my baby in month 7? By month 7, baby is moving more independently, and exploring her surroundings. Also, the first set of teeth might be arriving. Get ready to help your baby cope with teething.
Separation anxiety your baby might have developed last month could keep him
What can I expect from my baby in month 6? Your baby's awareness of people, and individual identities is growing. This can sometimes lead to fear of being alone, which can be alleviated by playing ‘peekaboo’. Also, the race towards baby's first word is still on. Keep taking every opportun What can I expect from my baby in month 8? Baby is getting a move on, and trying to explore the world around him. Yes, it's more danger for baby, but also a wonderful time as the brain gets to grips with the big world around. A tip to get your baby moving - hold baby's favourite toy just out What can I expect from my baby in month 9? At 9 months old, baby is learning how to grab, shake, bang, drop and throw any item he can lift. Cautiously encourage these new skills. You may also hear words like ‘mama’, although some babies don't do this until much later. Remember, every baby What can I expect from my baby in month 10? The world of a 10-month-old is full of new things - new people, new skills, new places. Help make your baby's world interesting by taking her to new places for the first time, and teaching her new songs.
Ensure your baby gets the nutrients he needs.
What can I expect from my baby in month 12? Congratulations! You and your baby have been through one year of growing and learning. Your baby is developing very quickly into a unique and remarkable individual. And, it's time for some significant physical changes.
If you've been bottle-feeding,
What can I expect from my baby in month 11? You're probably convinced your baby will be the next Bear Grylls. He is passionate about discovering what's ‘over there’, cruising while holding on to furniture, standing (although a bit wobbly) and going up stairs (but not necessarily down). Mak How should I care for my newborn’s umbilical cord? Umbilical cords do more than mark the future site of a baby’s belly button. They are the unborn baby’s lifeline, providing a connection to the placenta, from which come the oxygen and nutrients needed to survive. Given that those unborn lungs lac