Your Child’s First Year of Development


Your Child’s First Year of Development

Special Hope:  Baby’s First Year

Kind-hearted for your child’s first year of development can be exhausting, but there’s so much to front forward to. Take a visit of first-year with HealthnYog to the most predict baby milestones.

Your Child's First Year of Development


After two months of restless nights and round-the-clock hush, you’ve seen many of your baby’s tears. Maybe you’ve dappled a fleeting beam, but then again, it could have been gas. Now it’s time for the real prize. By throughout two months of age, your baby will beam in retort to you! The sound of your voice is often all it takes to prompt your baby’s tempting grin.


Nap All Night

Like no other baby landmark, a whole night of Nap becomes the Holy Grail for the new parents. It is impractical to expect a newborn to nap all night. Parents can take rest assured that relief will come soon. By 4-5 months, mostly the  babies are capable of sleeping through the night.

Baby Nap

Signal  ‘Bye-Bye’

Signal  “bye-bye” is not just a cute dodge — it is an actual expression of talking. By 9 months most babies strat to make the connection between sounds, signs, and meaning. They understand that waving is linked to the phrase “bye-bye.”

Bye Bye

Consuming Finger Food

Just when spoon-feeding starts to lose its shine, babies are ready to graze themselves. Between 8-9 months, babies grow better power over their hands and fingers, making it easier to grab tiny things – like finger foods! Unfortunately, babies this age love to look into taste and texture, so food is not the only object they’ll try to pop into their mouths. Environmental protection should, therefore, become a big parental effect at this age.

Consuming Finger food

Takes a Step

You might call it the coronet jewel of baby milestones. possibly no other time is met with more suspense than a baby’s first pace on his or her own. But not all babies plod by their first birthday. The normal range is anywhere from 9 to 15 months, with most babies taking at least a few steps by about 13 months.

Baby Steps


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