Rolling, sitting, and more noises are just a few things to look forward to during the sixth month.
Your sixth month old will have much greater hand control, AND he'll begin to recognize his name.
Your baby will be sitting by her own by eight months, and may even be getting ready to crawl.
[MUSIC] Your eight-month-old is now sitting without any support, steadily. And your eight-month-old is probably beginning to crawl. Your baby may now be waving and even clapping. If you give your eight-month-old a toy rattle, he may purposely shake it. Now. If you gave your 8 month old two rattles, they'll be banging them together. Your baby is now developing stronger preferences, both for toys and for people. This is where we find that stranger anxiety develops. Your baby is now making all different sounds. You may hear some mama and some dada, but it's probably not specifically to mama and dada. These are a few fun and interesting things to look for during the ninth month. [MUSIC]
Get ready for the first signs of standing, and plenty of other milestones during the tenth month.
Your 10-month-old will begin showing a great deal of preference when it comes to the toys and people she likes.
Your little one is really growing up! At 12 months, babies have a greater sense of independence and will be cruising around.
Anxiously waiting for Baby's first words? It turns out that your newborn is already communicating in his own special way. Here are five ways your 0-8 month old is learning to talk to you.
The last few months of your baby's first year are an exciting time for language development. Here are seven signs your cutie is learning how to talk.
You have a big role when it comes to baby's language development. Learn how to talk to your little one the right way, so that she'll be communicating before you know it.