Now the senses are beginning to work together as a way to learn about the world. So be sure to provide plenty of sensory-stimulating experiences for your two-month-old. And enjoy beginning social skills … like that first real smile!
He may smile at people and coo when spoken to
She shows excitement by waving her arms and legs
He's able to learn that one event follows another
She will turn toward a sound at her side, but she can only locate sounds that are in front of her
He can start figuring out how to make things happen
It’s great to read to your baby right from the start.
Newborns don't know that their hands are a part of them: baby may use one hand to play with the other, almost as though they were toys. A toy that can be held, like a rattle, helps baby understand who those little hands belong to.
The earliest conversations between you and your child involve the sense of touch. When you hold your little one in your arms, baby nestles against your skin, seeking the perfect fit in the curve of your arms.