Perhaps your six-month baby has not yet begun to roll their own, although on average, infants begin to do so in the fifth month of life.Or maybe the neighbor's child who 11 months, is already beginning to quietly walk, and your baby is a year old and is not trying.Comparing the development of your child with other children, you may begin to worry that something goes wrong.In fact, all children develop differently, and if the doctor did not notice deviations from the norm, it is likely they not.
The following stages of the development of the baby during the first year of life - only the average rate.Deviations from it in one direction or another acceptable and, fortunately, only in rare cases is a sign of pathology.
should also be noted that children who were born prematurely, often develop a bit slower than the other.
child can lift his head, turning her lying on her back or stomach.There is a strong grasp reflex.It looks and monitors objects that are in front of him, or at
Lying on his stomach, the child can lift head almost 45 degrees.Grasping reflex weakens.Keep an eye for hanging and / or swinging objects, looking view source.He began to publish other sounds besides crying.Creek becomes different, depending on the cause of dissatisfaction.Kid makes sounds, hearing familiar voices.Can meet a smile to various stimuli.
child begins to transfer parts of their body weight on both legs when he was being held in an upright position.Lying on his stomach, can lift his head and shoulders in the 45-90 degrees, transferring the weight of the body in his arms.Grasping reflex is absent - instead it can hold objects deliberately, although not yet drawn to it.Determines the source of the sound, turning his head in the direction from which the sound is heard.Produces a variety of sounds - screams, laughs;utters sounds vaguely resembling it when other people are talking.Recognize faces, voices and objects;He is smiling familiar to people.Guards in unfamiliar situations.
starts drooling;the child can sit with the support of another person;He turns his back on his side.Attempts to reach for objects, but often misses.Keeps objects with both hands.Learning fingers, he plays with them.Manifested hand-eye coordination.Starts pronounce consonants;laughs and show other signs of pleasure when his swing or throw.
In the fifth month of life of the infant begins to cut his teeth, and he can keep your head when sitting and turns from stomach to back.Lying on your back can shove in your mouth toes.Consciously enough and hold the item.He is playing with her toes.He puts in his mouth any suitable size objects.Says "ASU" or similar combinations of vowels and consonants.Smiling in the mirror.Upset when they take away a toy.Distinguishes between family members and strangers.He begins to explore various parts of his body.
child begins to bite and chew.Lying on his stomach, can tear off from the surface of the chest and upper abdomen, moving your body weight on your hands.Flips from the back to the stomach.Enough small objects and controls, keeps a bottle.Changes the position of the body in order to see the object of interest to him, he turns his head from side to side and looking up and down;preference for more complex visual stimuli.It makes sounds like "ma" and "pa".Learns parents.
kid sitting without support, can be tilted forward, leaning on hands.Fully transfers weight to the legs when it is held vertically.It shifts the object from one hand to the other, knocking objects on various surfaces.Can fix attention on small objects.Responds to his name.It appears awareness depth and size of the space.There taste preferences.
child can stand, hold on to furniture.It changes the position of the body in order to reach objects.He takes things in hand by placing your index, ring and pinky fingers opposite the thumb.It extends to things that are beyond his reach.Consciously listen to familiar words.He begins to say a combination of syllables like "Mom" and "Dad", but does not put them in value.Understand the word "no" (and not always obey him!).It may be resentment during diapering and dressing.