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What to Expect During Your Child's First 6 Months
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Hello, I'm Dr. Roy Benorach. I'm a pediatrician in private practice in Roswell, GA, near Atlanta. My practice is named Pediatric Physicians, PC. And we're here on About.com to talk about baby development the first six months. Babies are born with relatively few skills, and it is amazing how quickly they learn and develop new things that they can do.The first month is dominated by changes in the way they progress through their sleep and wake cycles, and how they begin to track and prefer to look at and listen to their parents. By the end of the first month, babies can hold their heads up for a little while, respond to sound, and sometimes track moving objects with their eyes.In the second month, smiles begin, followed by cooing and gurgling noises. Babies can now track you with their eyes as you move around. They notice their hands and hold them up to watch, and are starting to develop smoother, more-controlled body movements.In the third month, babies can raise up on their chest (kind of a mini-pushup), and develop a social or interactive smile in response to friendly faces and noises. They can hold their head steady, and are making a bigger variety of sounds.Four month olds can babble and laugh and try to begin to imitate sounds. They'll coo and respond when you talk to them. The can bear weight on their legs—they're strong enough to stand, though they don't have the balance skills yet to do it on their own.By the fifth month, babies can distinguish between colors and have sharp vision to see things across the room. They like to play with their feet and put toys in their mouth to explore.By six months, most babies can roll over both ways, and enjoy grabbing objects and moving them from hand to hand. They can localize sounds—that is, they can tell where a sound comes from, and deliberately turn towards a sound to see what made the noise.Seven month old babies react to their own names, can sit up on their own, and try to find hidden objects—kind of the beginning of the peek-a-boo stage.Different babies do progress along these tracks differently, and if a baby is a little behind in one area that usually isn't anything to worry about. However, if a baby is considerably behind in one area, or is behind in more than one area, that becomes more concerning.Thanks for watching. For more, please visit About.com
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