19 August 2003

Milestones: Six month

Your baby becomes stronger and can how hold her head steady when she is in an upright position. Look at what else she can do.

  • Holds head steady when upright
  • Raises chest supported by arms when on stomach
  • Rolls over
  • Pays attention to a very small object
  • Squeals in delight
  • Reaches for an object
  • Smiles spontaneously

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