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What can I expect from my baby in month 8?

What can I expect from my baby in month 8?

Nuenfant Admin
Tuesday, 29 April 2014

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 of reach, and encourage her to get the toy, by whatever means possible. She'll find a way.

Sleep patterns and tips

If teeth have started arriving, your baby may have broken sleep, and be irritable. Soothe your baby's gums with a cold, wet, or even frozen washcloth to chew on. Always check with your pediatrician before giving your baby any pain relief medication.

New food options for your 8-month-old

As your baby continues to grow and develop, she will need the right foods and nutrients to maintain her health. By month 8, you might want to introduce:

  • Cheese, yoghurt or cottage cheese in small quantities (However, avoid cow's milk until baby is over a year old)
  • Iron-fortified cereals (rice, barley, wheat, oats, mixed cereals)
  • Mashed fruits and vegetables (bananas, peaches, pears, avocados, cooked carrots, squash, potatoes, or sweet potatoes)

Bedtime ritual

How can you make baby look forward to bedtime? Create a ritual that will help him know, every night, that bedtime is coming. You could read a book together, or do some quiet activities. Keeping the activity consistent will make sure baby knows what to expect, and doesn't get anxious when you finally leave the room.

Developing mind and body

Every day your baby is learning - not just with her mind but with her muscles and fine motor skills. Help her learn more with these ideas:

  • Encourage her to bounce up and down while supporting her in a standing position.
  • Help your baby stand when she is near a stable, sturdy object, and urge her to use it for balance.
  • Place a toy out of reach and encourage her to get it by crawling on her hands and knees.
  • Make sure the mattress in her crib is in the lowest setting once she is able to pull up to stand.

Typical 8-month-old baby milestones

These milestones are generally seen around the 8-month milestone. Don't worry if you don't see them yet; all babies develop at different rates.

By the end of 8 months, most babies will crawl, investigate toys and objects, say ‘dada’ (but they may not know the meaning), move from lying on the stomach to the sitting position unaided.

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