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Help your Babys Development at 2 Months

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Congratulations! Your baby is now 2 months old. During first few months of life, your baby grows rapidly and develops new skills. This is a thrilling and memorable experience for every parent. You can also help in your baby’s development at this stage.

Friday, March 10th, 2017

Learn Some Tips to Assist your Baby’s Development at 2 months

Help your baby to clap or wave with his or her hands and also stretch arms crossed, out wide or overhead. This helps in your baby’s physical development.

Help your baby to adopt a steady routine, such as sleeping for a longer duration at night than daytime.

Allow your baby to calm himself or herself. He or she can soothe himself or herself by sucking fingers.

During feeding, dressing and bathing time, cuddle, talk, sing and play with your infant, as he or she enjoys listening your voice.

At this age, baby communicates his or her needs through crying. Close attention to your baby’s different cries helps you understand about his or her needs.

Actively respond to your baby’s voice, smile and copy your baby’s sounds at times. However, it is also important to use clear languages, which will help your
baby to learn communication skill.

Play different games with your baby, such as peek-a-boo, shake a rattle or move your baby’s leg just like pedalling a bicycle.

Give some tummy time by laying your baby on his/her tummy. This will help strengthen the neck and shoulders.

Hold colourful pictures or toys of different shapes and sizes in front of your baby and cheer him or her to grab it.

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