As Baby continues to become stronger, she'll be able to hold her head up and maybe even roll over.
Learn all about how your newborn will grow and move in this breakdown of physical development in Baby's first month of life.
Small babies can be as healthy as big babies. The key is steady growth. Here are ways to tell whether your infant needs help and how to get him caught up.
From the color of her eyes to the shape of her nose, what (and who) Baby looks like has everyone speculating. Learn how your cutie's features are formed.
Guide to Gross Motor Skills
Ready to roll...and sit and stand. Find out when he'll be mobile with our guide to your munchkin's major moves.
Pediatricians clue you in to what infants are able to see, hear, smell, taste, and touch, and what you can do to stimulate their development.
Do you wonder if your little one is eating enough, sleeping enough, and on track for all those important milestones? Check out these easy-to-spot signs that prove Baby is both happy and healthy.
Milestone Boosting Toys
A baby masters many skills in his first 18 months. Check out these fun toys that can help him practice and develop motor skills while he plays.
Your baby's vision will go from blurry to bright in a few months. Know the milestones as your baby's vision develops, and learn how to help accommodate his changing eyesight. This week-by-week, month-by-month guide will guide you through the process.
Understanding Baby's Senses
Pediatricians clue you in to what infants are able to see, hear, smell, taste, and touch.
The Stages of Sitting
Watching your baby gain independence is exciting. A major accomplishments every parent looks forward to is when he can sit on his own. Pediatrician Kurt Heyrman, M.D. says there are ways that you can help Baby gain these large motor skills and help him sit on his own. Here's how.
Physical Skills at 8-12 Months
By the time your baby is 8 months old, he's likely made huge strides toward mobility. And it won't be long before he is crawling and walking! Here's a quick look at the physical milestones you can expect to see in the coming months.
Help Baby hone his fine motor skills while having a blast with these unique toys from Manhattan Toy.
Encourage your baby to develop with these easy activities that will also encourage him to bond with you.
These fun playtime activities from Jamie Loehr and Jen Meyers, authors of "Raising Your Child" will encourage Baby's physical development.
Entertain Baby with these fun and stimulating playtime activities from Jamie Loehr and Jen Meyers, authors of "Raising Your Child."
These simple activities suggested by Jamie Loehr M.D. and Jen Meyers, authors of "Raising Your Child," will both soothe your baby and enhance her physical development.
The Basics of Your Growing Baby
Kids grow faster in their first year than at any other stage of life. We've got your most common concerns covered.
Baby's Measurements, Explained
Pediatricians can learn a lot about how well your baby is growing from these three measurements, says Jennifer Shu, MD, coauthor of Heading Home with Your Newborn. Your doctor will take these at every checkup, starting at birth.
Your baby is ready to walk, but don't be surprised if she takes a while to hit her stride. Toddlers -- and even bigger kids -- often have issues like bowlegs, pigeon toes, or tiptoe walking. Here's what to look out for as your baby learns to walk, and when to worry.
Fine Motor Milestones
Once baby discovers his hands -- and starts to figure out how they work -- a world of learning awaits.
If your baby is not crawling, cruising, or walking yet, don't panic. Here's why.
Every day is full of new challenges, from taking the stairs to scaling the couch. Don't you wish you could bottle that energy?
Baby Ready to Roll
Turning over is your baby's first milestone on the way to mobility. We tell you what to watch out for when the rolling begins.