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Here you find questions and answers regarding baby development.
If you read just about any book about a baby's first year, you'll find all relevant development milestones that they are expected to pass and when. While this is good, since comparing with average may help you spot a problem early on, it is also very important to realize that reaching milestones is not a competition and most delays or different paths are not a problem at all.
Your baby might be slow with sitting up, but early with communicating. If you go to regular health check-ups with your baby and the nurse or pediatrician is not worried, then most likely you can relax too. But of course, sometimes something isn't completely right and a baby may need extra support.
By browsing the questions and answers below, you'll find out what's normal and not as well as get many tips on how to help stimulating your baby's development. You can also check out our baby development month by month guide here.
Mom's question: Today my baby was suddenly started scared of dad. Is this normal developmental behavior? What do to? Find tips and answers here!
My nephew, who is 21 months is still not talking. He also recently has started to roll his eyes and has terrible temper tantrums. I am really concerned.
Is it normal for a baby to hit themselves in the head repeatedly when tired? Dr said her ears are clear but has no answer for why she hits herself .
Some 20% of all toddlers and babies hit themselves. Why do they do this? When to worry that something is wrong? Learn what to expect and what to do!
Why do babies suddenly start shaking their head from side to side? This can be normal behaviour or related to illness. Learn the most common reasons here.
Reasons why a toddler baby hits the side of his head with his hand and what to do about it! Illnesses to look for and how to avoid reinforcing the behavior.
Is it a normal behavior that a baby is hitting himself on his head? Learn common reasons, when to worry, and what to do about the behavior.
My 6-month-old just started rolling his eyes up in the back of his head. It looks scary! He did it at least ten times yesterday and 4 times already today.