Growth and development for infants
Infants 0 to 3 months
Over the past nine months, your baby has grown and developed within the womb. The growth and development continues long after the delivery of your baby. As a parent, you have the ability to help nurture your baby so that they reach their fullest potential. Learn more about infants 0 to 3 months.
Infants 4 to 6 months
You are now able to understand your baby’s language a little better than those first few days after birth. You may have noticed that your baby is starting to communicate with you and the world around them by smiling, cooing, babbling and laughing. The journey of growth and development continues. Learn more about infants 4 to 6 months.
Infants 7 to 9 months
Your baby has passed the half year mark and is more alert and interested in the world around them. Many physical and emotional changes are happening with your 7 to 9 month old. From rolling over to sitting up – to smiles, coos and babbles and waving bye-bye. These changes are exciting and as a parent you still have an important role to play in your baby’s development. Let’s find out a little more about what to expect from infants 7 to 9 months.
Infants 10 to 12 months
Your baby is turning one. This is an exciting time as your baby may be taking their first steps and saying their first words. At one year your baby has accomplished so much and there is so much more to look forward to in the toddler years. Learn more about infants 10 to 12 months.
This item was last modified on June 4, 2018