When a baby starts to point, she likely won’t be pointing at anything in particular

When A Baby Starts To Point, She Likely Won’t Be Pointing At Anything In Particular - Postpartum - 2022

When a baby starts to point, she likely won’t be pointing at anything in particular—-but it suggests she’s working on her pincer grasp. Having a pincer grasp allows your little one to pick up tiny things using her thumb and pointer finger. It also means she can pinch you. Most babies have a reliable pincer grasp by 9 – 10 months old. ⁣⁣⁣

Is your baby starting the ‘pointing at random stuff’ phase yet?

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Originally posted 2021-03-03 14:04:02.

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  1. My 7 month old is picking up the tiniest piece of garbage from the floor. 🤦🏼‍♀️ the vacuum can’t seem to pick those pieces up. 😂😂😂

  2. Wow! My son will be 2 weeks old tomorrow and I just saw him do this for the first time earlier this morning 😊

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