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3 MONTH OLD BABY   Congratulations for your 3-month old baby! At that age, your baby is more responsive to the surroundings and more playful. She will probably smile plenty and make funny noises trying to imitate the sounds around her. Keep communicating with her. Stick to simple words and sentences. That is the easiest way for baby to learn to speak. Don’t go over board and stop when you see that she feels tired.     3-MONTH-OLD BABY DEVELOPMENT It happens with some babies to experience growth spurts. Signs of that is a moody baby, lack of sleep at...

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2 MONTH OLD BABY   Congratulations for your two-month-old baby! Your precious little baby is now getting stronger, smarter and heavier. All of that are good signs for the good development and great effort you put towards it. One more thing changes and that’s your baby’s sleep. She has more hours awake during the day which makes you even busier. From the other hand, your baby sleeps longer night time which gives you more time to rest in one longer sleep. If you are not there yet don’t worry, patience and soon everything will worth it.     2-MONTH OLD DEVELOPMENT...

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1 MONTH OLD BABY   Congratulations! Your baby is now 1 month old and well done to you putting the effort to learn about your baby’s needs. As baby grows, she gets stronger, and probably you can notice that she can lift her head up while on her tummy, however, you are still required to give her a lot of head support. Have you also noticed the cooing and gurgling? That’s what your little bundle of joy uses to communicate with you. Don’t be shy and respond back!     1-month-old Baby development The average weight for a 1-month-old baby...

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Baby Development 1 week old A lot is going on with your baby right after birth. A few things you can try to remember now, so you don' panic later: Your Baby will lose around 10% of his birth weight. That is absolutely normal as these are the extra fluids he had at birth. By the second week, he should regain that birth weight. Most likely your baby's head will look deformed. That is also normal, and it happens at birth when moving inside your birth canal. Babies have so-called "fontanels. These are soft spots on his skull that allows...

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4 MONTH OLD BABY   Your little bundle of joy is developing a lot of new skills at this age. Probably you can see him rolling and pushing up. He is much more active and social. He will be trying to reach things, he will laugh and play a lot.   4-MONTH-OLD BABY DEVELOPMENT WEIGHT The average weight of a 4-month-old baby boy is 15 lbs   7 oz or 7.0 kg and for baby girls 14 lbs   2 oz or 6.4 kg. Probably he gained about 1 to 1.5 pounds the last month, but don’t panic if he isn’t exactly...

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