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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: October 24th, 2017
Your Baby’s Appearance at Twelfth Month of Life - Your little baby isn't that little anymore - she is celebrating her first birthday! Happy birthday, baby! And congratulations to you, too! You did a wonderful job! Remember how she looked 12 months ago? She had an oddly shaped head (and that soft spot on it is still there), with hairs everywhere, and some babies even had red splotches on their face (and you thought they would never disappear). And look at her now!
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: October 20th, 2017
Your Baby's Growth at Eleventh Month of Life - Once she puts herself in a standing position, your baby isn't getting longer anymore. She’s getting taller, instead! As she becomes more mobile and active, it's perfectly normal for her rate of growth to slow down a bit, so don't be worried if she isn't gaining weight as quickly as she used to.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: October 17th, 2017
Your Baby's Growth at Tenth Month of Life - At this time, your baby's growth will slow down, as well as her appetite. However, if you have any concerns about your child's appetite, don't hesitate to talk with a pediatrician. At their first birthday, most babies triple their birth weight. If you compare your ten-month-old baby with a newborn, you might just be surprised by how big your baby has become.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: October 13th, 2017
Once you see your baby standing, you'll be tempted to buy her some cute shoes or sneakers. But, don't. Your baby's feet are still not ready for footwear. There'll be plenty of time for your baby to wear shoes, and now is the time to let her walk barefoot. Remember that your baby's feet are still developing so they don't look like adult’s feet (they have a fat padding under the arches).
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: October 2nd, 2017
By this time, your baby's eyes are probably close to their final color but don't be surprised if you see some subtle changes later. Many eight-months-old babies have all lower and upper central incisors, but it’s also possible that your baby hasn’t started teething, yet. Once your baby starts standing, you may notice her unusual posture - her tummy protrudes, and her rear end sticks out. This 'is perfectly normal for a baby of this age. Her feet may also look a little bit odd to you.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: September 25th, 2017
Your seven-month-old baby may have some teeth by now - probably the two bottom middle teeth, and maybe even the two top middle teeth. But don't be alarmed if she still doesn't have any teeth. Some babies don't start teething until they are more than one year old. Don't worry if you see gaps between some of your baby's teeth. Teeth break through the gums at odd angles, and once all 20 'baby' teeth break through - the gaps will disappear.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: September 18th, 2017
Your Baby’s Appearance at Sixth Month of Life You probably know that birth color of your baby's eyes may change. If your baby still has blue eyes when she's six months old, they are more likely to stay that way. But remember that light-colored eyes may go through several color changes. Your Baby’s Growth at Sixth Month of Life During the first few months of her life, your baby was growing quickly. By now, she's probably doubled her birth weight.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: September 15th, 2017
Your Baby’s Appearance at Fifth Month of Life As she's getting older, your baby is also getting bigger. She no longer has curled up appearance as a newborn, and it's possible that she'll need a new car seat (look for a convertible seat that can be positioned both backward and forward, depending on your child's age). By this month your baby should double her birth weight. If she isn't gaining enough, you should talk to her pediatrician.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: September 13th, 2017
Your Baby’s Appearance at Fourth Month of Life. Your baby is probably drooling for a month or two, but now is the time when you can actually expect for a first tooth to appear (it's usually a bottom front one). It's still early, but don't be surprised if you see a white cap in your baby's gums. You may also notice that your baby’s eyes are starting to change color.
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by Ivana StamenkovicPosted on: September 11th, 2017
During the first few months, newborns often lose their hair and start to grow a new hair that can be completely different than the hair they're born with. There's nothing you can do about your newborn's hair loss if it's related to hormone levels, but if bald spots appear because your baby spends too much time in the same position, you should try alternating the way she sleeps and make sure she has some tummy-time during each day.
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