is coming on in leaps and bounds this month. In one experiment, eight-month-olds appeared to recognise complicated words two weeks after listening to them on an audio tape.3. His sight is now adult-like in its depth and clarity. Your baby can now recognise
5 things you need to know about your one month oldOnly four weeks old-and there's so much your baby can already do! How she looks and how she behaves already marks her out from every other baby. And while she's carving out her own unique ways, your baby's also changing, daily, be...
From the moment he enters the world, your baby's sight develops day by day. Read on to see how your baby's eyesight develops in the first eight months of their life...Peek-a-boo, I see you!
All parents want to help their baby make the most of every moment. And the fact is that from the minute he is born, your baby is already soaking up experiences through all his senses.Here's how to help him get the most benefit from those early days of development - without overst...
You may feel love at first sight for your baby, but for many mums, bonding takes place over the next few days or weeks. Skin-to-skin will help you feel closer to your little one.NEW-MUM TIP: Try not to be too anxious when you pick up your baby
You’re 26 weeks pregnant!Well done! You’ve reached the final trimester and the end is in sight! Watch your step as your centre of gravity has changed. Your joints are loosening up, so this is also the time to take extra care of your back
before the birth, but may be much later with subsequent babies. He’s now about 48cm in length.You You may be missing the sight of your toes and can’t wait to meet your baby, but you’re also feeling apprehensive about the birth. This is perfectly normal
babies can become anxious and start to cry more, worsening problems.' In fact, a baby is born with her sight at a fixed focus of 20-25cm (8-10in). So holding her in your arms at this distance from your face means she'll be able to see you more clearly
by the sight of blood and need reassurance that he
will be OK. Once you have done this:1. Sit him down with
his head tilted forward.2. Pinch the soft part
at the end of his nose and hold for 10 minutes.3. If the nosebleed continues for more
than an hour
:Eye (sight); Nose (smell); Hand (touch); Ear (sounds food can make like snap or crunch); Mouth (feel); Tongue (taste); Teeth (chewing).Finally add an arrow pointing downwards to signal that your toddler has swallowed the food.Tick each column with your