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  • Development 411
    Development 411

    Please remember that every baby is unique and develops at his/her own pace.

  • Overstimulation Cues Your Baby May Give You
    Overstimulation Cues Your Baby May Give You

    Crying Closing eyes Jerking movements of arms and legs Stiffens arms and legs Turns head away

  • Motor Movements Milestones (One to Three Months)
    Motor Movements Milestones (One to Three Months)

    Gross (Large muscle groups) and Fine (Small Muscle Groups) Motor Movements- Muscles develop from head to toe and from the center of the body outward.

  • When to Call Your Pediatrician (Four to Seven Months)
    When to Call Your Pediatrician (Four to Seven Months)

    Notify your pediatrician if by 4 months: Does not reach for and grasp toys

  • Visual Milestones (One to Three Months)
    Visual Milestones (One to Three Months)

    Vision is blurry at birth (Vision is 20/200 at birth)

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

    Auditory (Hearing) Milestones Hearing is fully mature

  • Social & Emotional Milestones (One to Three Months)
    Social & Emotional Milestones (One to Three Months)

    Begins to develop a social smile Begins to laugh and squeal

  • Language, Hearing & Thought Milestones (Four to Seven Months)
    Language, Hearing & Thought Milestones (Four to Seven Months)

    Babbles Responds to own name Begins to imitate some sounds

  • Motor & Visual Milestones (Four to Seven Months)
    Motor & Visual Milestones (Four to Seven Months)

    Gross and Fine Motor Movements Supports head without any lag Reaches with one hand

  • Social and Emotional Milestones (Four to Seven Months)
    Social and Emotional Milestones (Four to Seven Months)

    Enjoys social play Interested in mirror images Responds to other people’s expressions of emotion