Infant Development: 4th Month Milestones

Congratulations! You made it past the first 3 months with your newborn. By now you should (hopefully) both be sleeping better and into a normal routine. Now you’re ready to tackle a new set of challenges as your baby hits his infant development 4 months skills. Here’s a look at what your baby is most likely doing this month: Drooling (a good bit of it too) Has better head control Can lift head and chest to a 90 degree angle {Read More}

Infant Development: 3rd Month Milestones

By now your baby is probably starting to become more alert as they are growing out of the newborn phase. You may notice them becoming more social and interactive with you. Here’s a look at a some of the things your baby might be doing during his 3rd month in infant development. While holding them in a standing position, may begin to bear some weight on both legs May be able to lift head and shoulders between 45-90 degrees while {Read More}

Infant Development: 2nd Month Milestones

You may not notice too many changes over the next month from your baby’s first few weeks. These are a few infant development skills you may notice in your baby during their second month. Lifts head to 45-degrees while on stomach Focus and follow an object in an arc within 6 inches above the face Bobs head forward while in a sitting position The strong grasp reflex decreases Responds and may vocalize to familiar voices Keep in mind that babies {Read More}

Infant Development: 1st month milestones

In just a matter of weeks your baby will go through many changes right before your eyes. That’s because your little bean is budding into their own unique little being and pretty soon they will have a personality that is all their own. Here are few traits and what you can expect during your baby’s first month milestones. 1st Month Infant Development Skills Can lift head for a brief amount of time When lying on back, can turn head from {Read More}

Infant Development: Newborn Milestones

During those first few weeks of life your baby is growing physically and developmentally every day. As you welcome your newest addition, they are taking in everything around them and learning through you. They will be going through changes very quickly so don’t blink. ┬áHere’s a look at what you can expect during those first few weeks and what to look for in terms of infant development. Week 1 Your newborn stayed couped up in your uterus for 9 months {Read More}