So you are past the sacrosanct breastfeeding period, your baby can probably sit up and play now, responds a lot more, and probably even sleeps much better now. Yet you can’t stop admiring how beautifully his/her hands and feet are growing! That’s like a Mom! For most other things, don’t get too worried every now and then. Here’s your all-time ready reckoner for your baby’s development milestones from 6-9 months:
Most babies cut their first tooth at around 6- 8 months, so always watch out for your baby’s first sign of teething. It may come along with a bit of distress (cranky baby, baby trying to chew on everything s/he gets around), but don’t worry that’s just a phase.
(This will remain same during the 7-9 months)
Refer to the complete guide on speech development milestones here.
Even though this guidance on development milestones are from authentic sources, do consult your paediatrician if you see a variation. Most of all, remember that every child is unique and different, so they may be too early or too late on some of those milestones.
So worry less, and enjoy the journey the way you are blessed with it!
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