Tracking your Newborn Baby Growth and Development month-wise is extremely important and can’t be ignored. Check your Baby Physical, Feeding, Emotional & Communication Milestone in easy ways. Always keep encouraging your Baby Development until they turn One Year Old.
Newborn Baby Growth and Development – 0 to 6 Months Old
Know as Gross Motor skills – In this, you can watch your Baby’s everyday functions development like standing, walking, running, and sitting upright. Gross Motor development involves the larger, stronger muscle groups of the body.
From 3 to 6 months
Your Baby will start Moving Arms and Legs.
Start making Eye Contact
Lift their Head Up and Steady when on Stomach.
Start Moving the Head from side to side while Lying on the Back
They can Start Rolling from one side to another side
Try to sit with little support at the waist
Pushes up arms when lying on stomach
Learns to transfer objects from one hand to another
Puts toys in mouth
Stand standing on the bed with little support
Communication Skills in babies is very important, this is the only way they can express their feelings and moods with parents. Parents can track their Baby Growth Through Facial expression, body language, crying, eye contact or sounds are few ways they communicate with you.
Turn the Face towards a sound when they hear it.
Smiles and Laughs with you and others
Show Angrily by Crying
Start Recognizes the Family Member’s Voice.
To Get your attention that will make Noises like Coos or Squeals.
Have Different Cries for different needs
Make sounds to themselves, like cooing & gurgling (2 at least)
Babies under the age of 6 months old, generally don’t have any particular eating habits.
Take Breastfeeding in every 2 to 3 hours in a day.
Bottle Feed of 60-120 ml per feed (from 0 to 3 months old)
Must take around 6 or 8 Bottle Feed for the whole day
Take Bottle Feed of 120-300 ml per feed (from 3 to 6 months old)
Emotional development is the Baby express their emotions of happy, angry and sad. The baby’s mood will swing between feeling confident and happy to feeling irritated and depressed in a short span of time.
Now Baby can see your face clearly
Enjoy family members company
Listen to your voices and try to understand what you are saying to him
Show excitement by waving arms and legs
Baby can differentiate between two people by looks
Smile at herself in the mirror and like reflections
Communicate with other babies
Pay attention to her own name
Must be sucking thumb