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發表於 05-7-6 11:29 |顯示全部帖子

Child development week by week - from baby center


*** 4-Month 1st week old ***

Your baby may amaze you (and himself!) this week by rolling over from his back onto his front or vice versa. You can encourage this new behavior by placing him on his back and wiggling a toy on the side he customarily rolls to. Babies love positive feedback, so cheer him on and smile when he manages to flip.


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*** 4-Month 2nd week old ***

Your baby knows she's the star of the show, and like all great divas, she'll want your eyes on her at all times. She thrives on your attention. Don't be surprised if she deliberately tries to get it by dropping things, banging objects, or even crying out when you turn away. She's not acting up, just discovering the principles of cause and effect — when she calls, you jump!


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*** 4-Month 3rd week old ***

Want a foolproof way to make your baby laugh? Mimic his facial expressions and sounds. Not only will he be tickled pink, but he'll also learn something about communication, since imitation and repetition are key ingredients in early brain development. If he hears you say the same words often enough, he may even begin to make some almost recognizable noises, including ones that sound suspiciously like "Ma-ma" and "Da-da."


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*** 4-Month 4th week old ***

Now's the time to help your baby develop equal strength and flexibility on both sides of her body. How? It's easy: Alternate which side you breast- or bottle-feed on, and place her head at one end of the crib one night and at the opposite end the next night. Both techniques will help her get comfortable turning her head in both directions. That full range of movement leads to greater muscle control, which she'll need to master eye-hand coordination sometime around her ninth month.


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Re: Child development week by week - from baby center


*** 5-Month 1st week old ***

If your baby's making rude noises, don't blame your neighbor's preschooler. Most 5-month-olds delight in adding new sounds to their repertoire, and blowing a raspberry is a perennial favorite. In fact, he may love it so much that he'll do it over and over again. That's normal, too. Most babies master one skill before they move on to the next.


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Re: Child development week by week - from baby center

Summer,

Thanks for posting the info here so that we don't need to check it through e-mails.


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發表於 05-7-12 10:21 |顯示全部帖子

Re: Child development week by week - from baby center


*** 5-Month 2nd week old ***

If stand-up comedians gave shows for babies, yours would be starting to get the jokes. If she hasn't already, she'll soon laugh at funny expressions and try to make you laugh, too. She's showing her emotional side in other areas, as well — a sharp contrast to when she was a newborn and didn't have all the physical and cognitive skills to let you know how she felt. At this age, she'll demonstrate her strong attachment to you by raising her arms when she wants you to pick her up, crying when you leave the room, and giving you hugs and kisses.


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發表於 05-7-19 09:53 |顯示全部帖子

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*** 5-Month 3rd week old ***

Your baby's ability to interact with his surroundings, you, and other people grows daily. For instance, he may start playing little games as he begins to understand cause and effect and the results of simple actions. He may drop objects just to watch you pick them up, or he may throw something to see where it lands. Get used to it — games like this will only amuse him more as time goes on. Don't tell him "no" — he doesn't understand the word, and he needs to experiment and explore. But it may help to praise him when he does something a little less frustrating for you.

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