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The "what's normal?" game can drive any new parent crazy, and
balancing concern over your baby's development with the desire to
keep your competitive or worrywart tendencies in check can be
Your best bet is to contact your pediatrician if your baby is
not meeting any of the following milestones or displays any of the
warning signs below-or if your intuition tells you something may be
By 3 to 4 months, your child should be able to:
By 6 months, your baby should be able to:
By 7 months, your baby should be able to:
By 3 months, your baby should:
By 5 months, your baby should:
By 6 months, your baby should:
By 7 months, your baby should:
By 8 months, your baby should:
By 3 to 4 months, your baby should be able to:
By 1 year, your baby should be able to:
By 1 year, your baby should:
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