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Milestones for babies up to 9 months

Milestones for babies up to 9 months

Developmental Milestones for 3-6 Months
👉Rolls both ways Usually front to back first
👉Starting to sit, first supported, then may be able to sit on their own using hands for support
👉Babbling and making noises
👉Accepts weight through legs in supported standing
👉Plays with feet when on their back
👉Reaches for toys during tummy time
Act early and talk to your healthcare provider if:
👉Sits with a rounded back
👉Poor head control and unable to lift head
👉Difficulty bringing arms forward to reach out
👉Arches back and stiffens legs when pulling to a sit
👉Holds arms back and has stiff legs in a supported stand
Developmental Milestones for 6-9months
🌸Sitting without support and reaching for toys without falling
🌸Starting to get in crawling positions and crawling/commando moving
🌸Standing with holding onto objects/parents hands
🌸Using hands to eat
🌸Moving from laying to sitting
🌸Tracks objects as they move and starts to control small objects with pincer grasp
🌸Extended arm play on tummy
Act early and talk to your healthcare provider if:
🌸Uses one hand predominately
🌸Rounded back when sitting, inability to straighten back
🌸Poor use of arms in sitting
🌸Difficulty crawling
🌸Uses only one side of the body to move
🌸Cannot take weight on legs
🌸Does not transfer toys from one hand to the other
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