Sleeping and eating patterns should become more predictable now. You may notice your three-month-old discovering new ways to communicate with you and discover the world … touching, feeling and grabbing everything within reach!
He recognizes parents and is interested in others' faces
She knows if something is familiar
Lying on his tummy, he can support himself on his elbows and raise his chest
She turns her head toward a sound and watches you as you speak
When toys are placed in his hand, he can grasp them and wave them around
She can swipe at an object but does not reach for it
Babies spend most of their time on their backs. Between daytime naps and nighttime sleep, they’re in that position for many hours.
Parents are excited by every indication of developmental advance shown by their baby.
These QT activities are for you and your very young baby—from about 2 to 6 months of age. You may think that babies this young do not need or want any special activities with you, but this is far from reality.