No doubt you've seen wonderful changes in your baby during the first month, and for new parents, you're probably just getting the hang of things. Learn about 1 month development here.
Crying babies can be difficult for parents to deal with, especially when the infant cries continuously for hours. Learn about colic and about 2 months baby development.
A 3 month old infant is growing stronger and is developing his or her motor skills. A baby at this age also has improved vision and will look at everything in curiosity.
Read more about the physical, language, social, and emotional development milestones of 4 months old babies here.
A 5 months old infant is learning about everything that surroundings them - from sounds to sights. Learn more about their development milestones here.
6 Months Physical Development
6 Months Language and Intellectual Development
A 6 months old child will have roughly doubled his or her birth weight and weigh around 15 to 16lbs on average. Follow above links for various aspects of a 6 months old baby's development.
1 Year Old Social Development
1 Year Old Language and Speech Development
At age one, a toddler will have about tripled his or her birth weight, and is developing quickly. Learn more about the growth milestones of a 1 year old child.
18 Months Development: Social
18 Months Development: Language
A one and half year old toddler becomes much better at expressing themselves. While the weight growth slows down a bit, the child's social, language, emotional, and cognitive growth continue at a fast pace.
2 Year Olds Social Development
2 Year Old Speech & Language
The average weight of a 2 year old is around 28 to 30 pounds. By this time, the toddler's second molar teeth may come in, and a two year old is very active - he or she will be running, doing small hops, and climbing.
Two and a Half Language and Intellectual Development
Toddlers at this age are learning to become more independent and will attempt to do a lot of the things for themselves such as putting on their clothing, shoes, feeding themselves, or washing hands.
3 Year Old Social and Emotional Development
3 Year Old Language Development
With early parental involvement and attention, you can expect to see some wonderful cognitive and intellectual development in 3 year olds. With the proper methods and some patience, you can effectively teach a 3 year old to read.
Four Year Old Social Development Milestones
Four Year Old Cognitive Development
Feelings and emotions are all part of being human, and for a 4 year old, they are really learning about displaying their feelings and emotions. Take the opportunities to teach your child about their feeling and emotions.