Your Developing Baby from 3 to 6 Months
- Recognizes caregivers
- Becomes excited when about to be fed and at bath times
- Fixes eyes on caregiver’s face when feeding
- Reaches for and lets go of objects
- Responds to his/her name
- Cries when uncomfortable
- Recognizes faces and shows a preference for familiar people
There are many ways you can help your child’s development.
Play is a learning experience for children. Play is a universal and vital process for the healthy development of every child. Play is the child’s work and allows him/her to explore the world in which he/she lives and grows.
If you have any concerns about your child’s development, talk to your public health nurse or family doctor.