The first in a series of our look at child development. Keep in mind, each child develops at his or her own pace!
First 12 months – the first year of a little one’s life is filled with milestones. In the first few months, he can lift himself with his arms and focus on objects. At six months, she can lift herself up and shift items from hand to hand. At nine months, he can start to crawl while starting to use a pincer grasp, a precursor to the thumb-finger grasp. At a year, she can bang objects together, can cruise and actually exhibits some problem-solving skills. Their fine motor skills are well under way.
Here are some things we love.