The development of the baby 25 weeks

How many weeks pregnant are the development of the baby 25 weeks? Baby 10 months: What development will they have reached?

Baby 11 months: What development will they have reached? Baby 9 months: What development will they have reached? Memory skills Your baby’s memory is getting better all the time. Understanding you Your baby will repeat sounds, gesture for your attention and may wave goodbye when they see you head for the door. Personality Your baby’s personality is really emerging now. Their social skills are blossoming and they might give broad smiles to everyone they meet.

Or they may be a little shy, hiding their face when well-meaning strangers try to chat. Studies show the average age for a first word is 10-11 months. Somewhat annoyingly for mums, Dada is usually first. Sometimes around now some babies become scared of sounds that never used to bother them, such as the doorbell, vacuum cleaner, washing machine or your phone. All you can do is comfort them and reassure them they’re fine and that you’re here. Giving your baby a blow-by-blow description of what you’re doing is also a good idea to encourage language, whether you’re chopping onions for dinner or folding the laundry. When you put them in the buggy to go out, say, “There you go, into your blue pushchair.

Now let’s buckle you in and get you comfortable. Their pincer movement is pretty good now, so toys with moving parts, such as wheels, levers, or doors that open and close will be a big hit. Gently throw a beanbag or toy on to the tray and as they prepare to drop it, lean over and catch it, then throw it gently back. Read more about baby development anxiety here and our at-a-glance milestones guide here. The next milestone: When will my baby crawl? What milestones should my baby have reached by 10 months?