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Developmental milestones

Smiling for the first time, recognizing someone’s face, responding to the sounds for the first time, etc are the skills that refer to developmental milestones. The growth rate at early years of your baby is amazingly fast. You should be aware of what’s normal and what to expect at each stage for your baby’s healthy development.

No two babies reach milestone exactly at the same time. Your baby will develop at his/her own pace.

Keeping a track of milestones met by your little ones at each stage will help you a lot. The earlier you determine a delay in meeting the milestones, the higher the chance of getting a right treatment.


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At the age of 1 month 

It’s the time for you to adapt a non-stop nursing, feeding, diapering, and settling your newborn to sleep. Your baby:

  • Gets his hand near his face
  • Makes jerky arm movements
  • Starts responding to your touch
  • Prefers to look at black and white patterns
  • Focuses on the objects of 8 to 12 inches distance
  • Shows a behavioral response to the sounds shows behavioural response like blinking of eye or getting startled to sounds
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Take the help of doctor

if your one month old baby

  • Does not respond to loud sounds
  • Does not react to bright lights
  • Does not suck or feed slowly
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At the age of 1 to 3 months

You will now experience delighted smiles of your baby, who also tries to make eye contact with you and amuses you by imitating your facial expressions. Your baby is able to:

  • Follow a moving object
  • Raise his head while lying on the stomach
  • Enjoy playing with toys
  • Recognize your voice and smiles
  • Bring hand to the mouth
  • Start making cooing sounds
  • Try to grab the objects nearby
  • Examine the movement of their own hands and legs
  • Stretch legs and kicks when lying on back or stomach
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Take the help of doctor

if your one month old baby

  • Does not smile at all
  • Cannot grasp the objects
  • Unable to support his/her head when lying on stomach
  • Does not recognize the movement of the objects nearby
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At the age of 4 to 7 months

Your baby is now little older and develops a strong attachment with you. Your baby:

  • Sits up without any support
  • Tries to reach for an object placed at a distance
  • Is surprised by his own image in the mirror
  • Supports body weight when you hold upright
  • Rolls over from his stomach to back and vice-versa
  • Able to see the objects which are farther
  • Transfers toys from one hand to another
  • Discovers partially hidden objects
  • Feels exited if you respond to their sounds
  • Exhibits joy and displeasure by making sounds
  • Responds to his/her own name
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Take the help of doctor

if your baby

  • Looks very stiff
  • Unable to hold head steadily
  • Does not respond to a loud noise
  • Unable to reach the objects
  • Unable to sit without support
  • Does not make any sounds
  • unable to roll over
  • Does not show affection to the caregivers
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At the age of 8 to 12 months

The growth of your baby is rapid in this age. Your baby

  • Starts crawling on hands and knees
  • Collects the object with thumb and fore-finger
  • Manages to hold and drink with a cup
  • Starts using tongue to change sounds
  • Starts imitating you
  • Walks with a support and his legs are stronger
  • Shows his agreement or disagreement by nodding heads
  • Interacts verbally with you
  • Responds to simple instructions
  • Reacts when your name is called out
  • Feels shy around strangers
  • Understands how to use the common objects such as comb for combing hair
  • Explores the objects by shaking, banging or throwing
  • Develops separation anxiety Develops separation anxiety when you are not in his sight]
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Take the help of doctor

if your baby

  • Unable to crawl
  • Unable to stand with support
  • Does not speak any words
  • Unable to find the objects that are hidden in front of him/her
  • Does not use gesture to express agreement or disagreement
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At the age of 1 to 3 years

Your baby

  • Walks alone without any support
  • Walks up and down the stairs
  • Starts running
  • Loves playing with ball
  • Starts saying single words
  • Sorts the object by its shape and colours
  • Starts responding to simple spoken requests
  • Identifies the right image when it is named
  • Points out what he or she wants
  • Pulls toys behind while walking
  • Carries toys or objects along with them while walking
  • Plays with building blocks and tries to arrange them
  • Speaks sentences with 2 to 4 words by the end of 2 years of age
  • Starts showing concern for a crying friend at the age of 3
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Take the help of doctor

if your baby

  • Does not follow any instructions
  • Does not play with other children
  • Unable to walk steadily
  • Loses the skills he/she previously had
  • Unable to copy actions and words