Development AT 1 Month & 2 Month

Development 1 Month:

  • She can brings hands within range of eyes and mouth
  • Her hearing is fully developed
  • May start tocoo and gurgle when she sees you
  • Recognizes some sounds
  • May turn toward familiar sounds and voices
  • Recognizes the scent of his own mother’s breast milk
  • Focuses 8 to 12 inches (20.3 to 30.4 cm) away
  • You may see her respond with pleasure to acolorful toy or to your face and voice
  • Moves head from side to side while lying on stomach
  • Keeps hands in tight fists
  • Strong reflex movements
  • Makes jerky, quivering arm thrusts
  • Head flops backward if unsupported

Development AT 1 Month & 2 Month

Development AT 1 Month & 2 Month

Remarks:

If after four weeks (1-month-old) of your baby’s life, she shows any of the following signs of developmental delay, notify your pediatrician.

  • Doesn’t respond to loud sounds
  • Sucks poorly and feeds slowly
  • Doesn’t blink when shown a bright light
  • Doesn’t focus and follow a nearby object moving side to side
  • Rarely moves arms and legs; seems stiff

 You May See

BABY EDUCATIONAL RHYMES

Baby furniture shop in Dhaka

BABY WEIGHT HEIGHT CHART

Development 2 Months:

    • Begins to move beyond his early preferences for two-colour objects towards more detailed and complicated designs, colours, and shapes.




  • Begins to smile at people. You can encourage your baby to smile at you by pulling funny faces at him and making noises. As your baby grows, he will start trying to copy you.
  • Can briefly calm himself (may bring hands to mouth and suck on hand)
  • Tries to look at parent
  • Coos, makes gurgling sounds
  • Turns head toward sounds
  • Pays attention to faces
  • Begins to follow things with eyes and recognize people at a distance
  • Begins to act bored (cries, fussy) if activity doesn’t change
  • Can hold head up and begins to push up when lying on tummy
  • Makes smoother movements with arms and legs
  • Your two month old has a strong grasp; your baby grabs your hair, as you may find it difficult to escape his wonderfully tight grip!

 Development AT 1 Month & 2 Month

Remarks:

Talk to baby’s pediatrician if she shows any of the following signs of developmental delay

  • Doesn’t respond to loud sounds
  • doesn’t watch things as they move
  • doesn’t smile at people
  • doesn’t bring hands to mouth
  • can’t hold head up when pushing up when on tummy