At three months of age, your newborn will be an infant! A nine week old may start to learn what, and who, she likes, responding differently to different people. If she gets fussy around strangers, don't fret; the smiles will still be there.
Your five month old may start to respond to the sound of his name, and that recognition and awareness might extend to your baby's toys or bottle, too. In month 5, you may want to talk to your doctor about starting your baby on solid foods.
Your six month old is getting ready for big changes, by practicing sitting up and crouching to prepare for crawling. You can probably feed your baby solid foods soon, but be aware that your baby may also be teething.
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It is month seven - your newborn has been alive half a year! During the seventh month, your baby will engage in lots of growth activities, from standing up to bedtime rituals. He'll also experience some (normal) separation anxiety.
In month nine, your baby's personality growth and mental development will continue at rapid speed! During your newborn's waking hours, there are so many games to play, but you may need a bedtime ritual to encourage good sleep.
During month eleven, your baby may take his first steps! Your infant will continue developing in other ways, like by experimenting with speech. His words may sound like babble to others, but you know exactly what your not-so newborn is saying!