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Symptoms of Normal Baby Development

Symptoms of Normal Baby Development

The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Normal Baby Development includes the 58 symptoms listed below:

  • Achievement of developmental milestones in infants
  • By the end of the first month most infants can:
    • Lift head for short periods
    • Move head from side to side
    • Show preference for human face rather than other objects
    • Make jerky arm movements
    • Bring hands to face
    • Strong reflex movements
    • Can focus on objects 20-30 cm away
    • Can turn to familiar sounds or voices
    • Responds to loud sounds
    • Blinks eyes in response to bright lights
  • By the end of the second month most infants can:
    • Smile
    • Track objects with eyes
    • Make sounds other than crying
    • Repeat vowel sounds such as "ah" or "ooh"
  • By the end of the third month most infants can:
    • Laugh
    • Hold head steady
    • Recognizes faces and scents
  • By the end of the fourth month most infants can:
    • Holds head up steadily
    • Can bear weight on legs
    • Coos when being talked to
  • By the end of the fifth month most infants can:
    • Can distinguish between bold colors
    • Can roll over
    • Amuses oneself by playing with hands and feet
  • By the end of the sixth month most infants can:
    • Turns towards sounds and voices
    • Initiates sounds
    • Blows bubbles
    • Rolls in both directions
  • By the end of the seventh month most infants can:
    • Sits unsupported
    • Uses sweeping motion to reach for objects
    • Babbles
  • By the end of the eighth month most infants can:
    • Says "dada" and/or "mama"
    • Starts to crawl
    • Passes objects from hand to hand
  • By the end of the ninth month most infants can:
    • Combines syllables into word-like sounds
    • Stands while holding onto something
  • By the end of the tenth month most infants can:
    • Waves goodbye
    • Uses pincer grasp to pick up things
    • Crawls well
    • Cruises
  • By the end of the eleventh month most infants can:
    • Says "dada" and "mama" to the right parent
    • Plays patty-cake
    • Stands along for a brief period
  • By the end of the twelfth month most infants can:
    • Initiates other's activities
    • Jabbers word-like sounds
    • Indicates wants with gestures
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