It’s easy to pinpoint physical milestones that your little one meets (He’s walking! She’s throwing a ball!), but it’s slightly harder to notice social and emotional milestones. Still, social-emotional milestones (in other words, skills that encompass socializing, emoting, and ones that increase self-awareness and self-regulation) are very important for your child’s development.
Here’s what you can look forward to when it comes to your little one’s social-emotional milestones.
Remember, every baby is different, so yours may reach these milestones faster or slower than these averages.
If you’re concerned because your baby hasn’t reached these milestones, talk to your baby’s doctor.
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Originally posted 2021-02-07 15:41:01.
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Very good info! ❤️ My passion is also to get more awareness to parents!
My 10 month baby cant imitating me.. should I worry?
When do babies typically hold their head up on their own? My daughter is a month old now and already doing it half the time I hold her 😭
Sorry Anyone with child growth chart help me with it please