Children grow and develop at their own pace and in the early stages you'll visit the baby clinic to check their height and weight.
We fleetingly see the growth charts and guidelines in a pediatrician’s office, but these numbers cannot always be the only guides to your child’s health.
However, there are a number of additional milestones that are important to monitor from birth to teen years.
If you know what to look for, you'll be able to discuss any concerns with your doctor at their next checkup.
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