0-2 monthsone month
Brings hands within range of eyes and mouth
Moves head from side to side while lying on stomach
Head flops backward if unsupported
Keeps hands in tight fists
Strong reflex movements
Prefers sweet smells
Avoids bitter or acidic smells
Dislikes rough or abrupt handling
they can hold their head a little steadier while lying on their tummies or being supported upright.
Babies start to sleep more
can’t talk back, they will respond to the sound of your voice, and it
May raise head and chest while on the tummy.
Opens and shuts hands. ...
Pushes down on legs when feet are on a firm surface. ...
May swipe at dangling objects and may grasp and shake hand toys.
It can start to follow moving objects with eyes.
Recognizes familiar objects and people at a distance.
your baby’s head should no longer be wobbly.
can kick and push with their feet.
Should be having a full nights rest
has sharpened to about 20/40.
5-6 monthsMonth five
babies can sit upright for longer periods of time
Some 5-month-olds can start rolling over
Most babies sleep through the night Month 6
babies first prop themselves up with their hands
they can start to let go and sit unsupported.
Your 6-month-old can probably roll from his back to his stomach and vice versa
they may creep forward or backward
Can pick up toys
Eats 32 ounces
Should be eating real food like baby foods maybe soft foods
Should weigh around 17 pounds
Learning to squat
Can walk with assistance
Can drink water
Should be weighing around 19 pounds
Should weigh around 20 pounds
Baby can see pretty clear
Probably wants to touch lots of things
Can say simple words
Can say no
Can shake head no
Can try and so oh no
Should be saying some first words
Should way around 20 pounds
Should probably start walking soon
Growing more teeth
Can say three to 5 words
Understands simple concepts
Climb on furniture
Might be able to color
Some babies that chat a lot could be saying 15 words
Saying 50 or more words
Might be able to walk up steps
Might know how to brush hair
Start knowing more words
19-20the terrible twos start to kick in
should be saying 50 or more words
on average of 24 pounds
could have separation anxiety
21-22names objects and pictures
Identifies 3-5 body parts when named
Understands simple pronouns (me, you, my)
22-23Enjoys bath time
Has an established sleep schedule
Is able to eat an increasing variety of food
24Begins to use 2-word phrases Uses simple pronoun (me, you, my) Understands action words Uses gestures and words in pretend play Follows 2-step related direction, e.g. “Pick up your coat and bring it to me”