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Gold skills of 1-to-6-month-old babies

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At 1 to 6 months old, some babies are able to do things that make their parents surprised.

At 1 to 6 months old, babies totally feel strange and have not had any notion about the world around them. Therefore, this is the hardest stage in parents’ caring and bringing up their children. Besides eating and sleeping, babies at these ages also develop many skills, and especially some are able to do things that make their parents surprised.

Description: At 1 to 6 months old, some babies are able to do things that make their parents surprised.

At 1 to 6 months old, some babies are able to do things that make their parents surprised.

Description: Besides eating and sleeping, babies at these ages also develop many skills.

Besides eating and sleeping, babies at these ages also develop many skills.

At 1 month old

Basic skills (all babies can do)

Lifting head when lying prostrate

Responding to sound

Looking at mom directly

Special skills (half of babies can do)

Keeping eyes on favorite objects

Saying some words like ‘oh’, ‘ah’

Being able to see black and white cubes

Very special skills (very few babies can do)

Smiling at the end of the first month of life

Some are able to rear turtle neck at 450.

At 2 months old

Basic skills (all babies can do)

Keeping head in a short time

Waving hands when feeling excited

Keeping eyes on something

Special skills (half of babies can do)

Smiling or laugh

Rearing turtle neck at 450

Moving more flexibly

Very special skills (very few babies can do)

Keeping head stable

Some are nearly able to stand

Lifting head and shoulders when lying on mom’s belly

At 3 months old

Basic skills (all babies can do)

Caring about everything more and being able to recognize mom’s face and flavor

Keeping head stable

Keeping eyes on things that are moving

Special skills (half of babies can do)

Being able to babble

Blowing bubble

Recognizing mom’s voice

Very special skills (very few babies can do)

Being able to raise head and prop the body by elbows when lying prostrate

Proving to be excited to touch things and sway them

At 4 months old

Basic skills (all babies can do)

Smiling or laughing loud

Being able to stand

Responding when being talked to

Swinging body and smiling with interest

Special skills (half of babies can do)

Being able to hold toys

Starting to develop ability to coordinate hands and eyes

Turning from lying prostrate to lying supine

Very special skills (very few babies can do)

Mimicking to say ‘papa’, 'da da'

Starting to teethe the first tooth

Some get used to solid foods

At 5 months old

Basic skills (all babies can do)

Managing to differentiate bright and dark colors

Enjoying playing with their own hands and legs

Special skills (half of babies can do)

Recognizing their own names and respond when being called

Getting skilled at turn prostrate and supine

Very special skills (very few babies can do)

Sitting in a few seconds without any support

Smiling with themselves in mirror

Starting scaring of being separation

At 6 months old

Basic skills (all babies can do)

Responding to sound and voice

Mimicking sounds

Special skills (half of babies can do)

Sitting firmly without any support

Being ready to get used to solid foods

Starting to look for what they have dropped

Very special skills (very few babies can do)

Pushing body towards the front, staring to creep

Combining syllables

Drawing others’ attention to themselves

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