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Hearing, Smell & Touch Milestones (One to Three Months)

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Quiet alert stateAuditory (Hearing) Milestones

  • Hearing is fully mature
  • Startles with loud sounds
  • Smiles at the sound of your voice
  • May turn towards familiar sounds and voices
 Smell Milestones
  • Prefers sweet smells
  • Recognizes mom by her scent
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Tactile (Touch) Milestones
  • Prefers soft sensations
  • Dislikes rough or abrupt handling

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