BABY DEVELOPMENT WEEK BY WEEK EPUB!
BabyCentre takes you on a fascinating visual journey, week by week, as your baby grows inside your uterus. Find out when your baby starts kicking, sucking his. Your baby's development in the first 6 months is fast. Start here to learn how to nurture and care for your baby, from breastfeeding and sleep, to baby milestones. Information about your newborn baby week by week starting from first week after birth to week
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Week 8 His head is still wobbly, but those baby development week by week muscles get stronger by the day. Around this age, your baby can lift his head about 45 degrees. Put him on his stomach for brief periods every day so he can practice.
He may even try to do mini-pushups! Encourage him to look up by placing a mirror or dangling a toy in from of him. Week 9 Your baby's world is alive with the sound of music this week.
Sounds fascinate her, especially high tones and pitches. She's also interested in baby development week by week you talk, and will stare intently at your mouth as you speak to her. She may even reply with cooing or "goo"-ing.
Though she's not ready for epic poems, start reading to her--she's already building a bank of vocabulary words. Week 10 Guess what?
Your baby can pick out his parents' faces in a group. His eyes widen and shine and he wiggles with glee when someone familiar comes near.
The first weeks with your baby
He's ready and willing baby development week by week hone his social skills, so make him part of family activities-bring him to the table during dinner, or put him in a carrier sling while you work. He loves your company as much as you love his.
Week 11 At this age, your baby is sleeping less, and she's awake for longer periods of the day. She's anxious to learn about her world and family, and she may not always be interested in your choice of game.
If she turns her head and looks away, she's declaring she's ready to move on to something else. At only 11 weeks, she's got ideas of her own! Week 12 Around this age, your baby has discovered an endless source of enchantment--his hands.
He's realized that those fingers and thumbs are separate objects.
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He can also bring his hands together, look at them, then put them to his mouth to taste. Let him experiment with these wonderful tools by offering different textures for him to feel--a velvet scarf or a rubbery toy.
Just make sure it's clean!
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Week 13 All of those sleepless nights are really starting to pay off now. Besides bestowing sweet smiles and coos on you, your baby may be laughing, chuckling and babbling in long chains.
Because you've been talking to her, she's starting to figure baby development week by week that your message is broken into parts--syllables. Soon she'll start using these syllables by putting together vowel sounds with consonants.
Your Baby Week By Week
Week 14 Rattles and dangling toys on a bouncy seat do more than amuse your baby at 14 weeks. These doodads help her hand and eye skills develop together. Vary baby development week by week diet of toys--she's intrigued with multi-textured toys, bright primary colors, and things that make sounds.
She'll bat or grasp them she'll also try to mouth them, her favorite way of learning! Week 15 Say good-bye to a relatively stationary baby. Around now, your baby may start rolling over--either from his back to his front, or front to back.