Five Stages of Child Development

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Hello! Mom, you think you need to know how to develop your baby. We set here five stages of child development for your help. So, let’s see what was said below.

Baby for more than 4 months

4 months baby.

Introduction to solids

It’s an exciting time for some, upsetting for others! Signs that your child is ready to start eating solids include keeping their head straight, being able to sit up helped, missing their initial tongue thrust and showing signs that they are involved in what you eat. Their first food experiences set up their nutritional habits, so make sure they have good first tastes!

Baby for more than 6 months

6 months baby with mom.

Expansion of taste

As the appetite of your baby begins to grow, it’s now a great time to add different textures and tastes to the mix. Begin by incorporating a wider range of flavors such as meat, dairy, and grains into the feeding routine of your infant.

Baby for more than 8 months

An 8 months baby is crawling.

Progress in Texture

Your baby’s going to get very excited. Frustration is normal as they would like to experiment as they develop their chewing and motor skills and become lil independent eaters. Now it’s a good time to teach more complex recipes and provide them with the option of feeding themselves as they want to have more control over what they eat.

Baby for more than 10 months

A 10 months baby doesn’t want to eat.

Mini Foods

The newly found freedom of your baby means that at mealtimes they can reject foods that can make feeding routines difficult. They want to have more flexibility in choosing what food they want to consume. Consider offering a number of healthy options so that they can make decisions and still get the food they need.

Baby for more than 12 months

12 months baby tries to eat themselves.

Freedom

Your child is one year old now! This is the time for adventure and curiosity when walking and talking will commence around the mark of 12 months. When your baby grows, you can now make the transition to children’s treats and introduce them to simple family favorite items. Busy children have lots of healthy food to help keep them going throughout the day.

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