Slideshow: Baby Development - Help Your Infant Learn & Grow

Reviewed by John Mersch, MD, FAAP on Monday, June 23, 2014

A closeup of a baby's eye

A baby in a car seat

Your baby may start playing with her hands and swiping at things.

Social, motor, and language skills are blossoming now.

Baby's eyes and ears are starting to work as well as yours do.

FSoon baby will learn to sit up and move around.

Your baby's hand skills are developing further, especially the pincer grasp.

Time to stimulate baby's sense of space and word use.

Baby may become fascinated with hinged objects and how they work.

Baby may love finding things that are hidden.

Keep working on language skills with lots of games and songs.

Some babies talk early.

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