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First month of baby

Baby is sleepy, feeds frequently in first month. He learns to focus his eyes and listens to the voices. It is very pleasant to see the baby smiling.
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Second month of baby

As the baby passes his 2nd month he learns to hold his head and control his movements. Baby sometimes produces a cooing sound in response to other sounds.
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Third month of baby

In 3rd month the baby turns his head towards sounds and can differentiate between male and female voices. Baby sleeps more in nights.
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Fourth month of baby

Baby in 4th month plays with his voice, he can make sounds like "ooh" and so on, baby may start sitting and sometimes stands with the support.
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Fifth month of baby

Baby in fifth month is able to hold his neck while sitting and loves the view of the surrounding if seated on a high chair. Baby enjoys some simple games also.
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Sixth month of baby

Baby in the 6th month looks for the articles to play with. At this point of time he enjoys the little freedom given to him but parents should take care as he can push himself towards certain dangerous objects.
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Seventh month of baby

Baby in 7th month starts crawling on the floor and very soon reaches a good speed. Initially baby may throw up his legs and hands and later may start crawling on his stomach.
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Eighth month of baby

Baby in eight month crawls and picks up the items which are in his reach and will put everything in his mouth so parents need to be careful. Baby may start teething in this period.
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Nineth month of baby

Baby in 9th month develops pincer holding which helps him to feed himself. Baby can also pronounce mama and papa etc.
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Tenth month of baby

Baby in 10th month learns to sit from a crawling position and can also climbs the stairs by crawling. Once climbed stairs baby is unable to come back to ground.
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