Development AT 3 Months:

  • During this month, your baby may be able tolift her head while lying on her back, and hold it for several minutes.
  • Smiles at the sound of your voice
  • Turns head toward direction of sound
  • Opens and shuts hands
  • Follows moving objects
  • Brings hand to mouth
  • Grasps and shakes hand toys
  • Raises head and chest when lying on stomach
  • Supports upper body with arms when lying on stomach
  • Stretches legs out and kicks when lying on stomach or back
  • Pushes down on legs when feet are placed on a firm surface
  • Takes swipes at dangling objects with hands
  • Watches faces intently.,Development AT 3 Months & 4 Months
  • Recognizes familiar objects and people at a distance
  • Starts using hands and eyes in coordination
  • Begins to babble
  • Begins to develop a social smile
  • Begins to imitate some sounds
  • Enjoys playing with other people and may cry when playing stops
  • Smiles at the sound of your voice
  • Becomes more communicative and expressive with face and body
  • Imitates some movements and facial expressions

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Remarks:

If you notice any of the following warning signs in your infant at this age, Discuss with your pediatrician.

    • Can’t focus on moving objects
    • Seems upset by unfamiliar people or surroundings
    • Doesn’t smile
    • Doesn’t seem to respond to loud sounds
    • Doesn’t notice her hands by two months
    • Doesn’t smile at the sound of your voice by two months
    • Doesn’t follow moving objects with her eyes by two to three months
    • Doesn’t grasp and hold objects by three months
    • Doesn’t smile at people by three months




  • Cannot support her head well at three months
  • Has trouble moving one or both eyes in all directions
  • Crosses her eyes most of the time (Occasional crossing of the eyes is normal in these first months.)
  • Doesn’t pay attention to new faces, or seems very frightened by new faces or surroundings

 Development AT 3 Months & 4 Months

Development AT 4 Months:

  • She can distinguish between shades of the same colour, such as red and orange. He will be looking at brightly coloured mobiles and play gyms now.
  • Smiles spontaneously, especially at people
  • Your baby is more playful now, so encourage him to explore and play with a variety of objects
  • Likes to play with people and might cry when playing stops
  • Copies some movements and facial expressions, like smiling or frowning
  • Begins to babble
  • Babbles with expression and copies sounds he hears
  • Cries in different ways to show hunger, pain, or being tired
  • Lets you know if she is happy or sad
  • Responds to affection
  • Reaches for toy with one hand
  • Uses hands and eyes together, such as seeing a toy and reaching for it
  • Follows moving things with eyes from side to side
  • Watches faces closely
  • Recognizes familiar people and things at a distance
  • Holds head steady, unsupported
  • Pushes down on legs when feet are on a hard surface
  • May be able to roll over from tummy to back
  • Can hold a toy and shake it and swing at dangling toys
  • Brings hands to mouth
  • When lying on stomach, pushes up to elbows

Development AT 3 Months & 4 Months

Development AT 3 Months & 4 Months

 Remarks:

If you notice any of the following warning signs in your infant at this age, Discuss with your pediatrician.

  • Doesn’t watch things as they move
  • Doesn’t smile at people
  • Can’t hold head steady
  • Doesn’t coo or make sounds
  • Doesn’t bring things to mouth
  • Doesn’t push down with legs when feet are placed on a hard surface
  • Has trouble moving one or both eyes in all directions
  • Doesn’t reach for and grasp toys by three to four months,Development AT 3 Months & 4 Months
  • Doesn’t babble by three to four months
  • Doesn’t bring objects to her mouth by four months
  • Begins babbling, but doesn’t try to imitate any of your sounds by four months
  • Doesn’t push down with her legs when her feet are placed on a firm surface by four months

Baby Development: Your 3-month-old – WebMD