What your baby needs at this stage is a strong sense of attachment. Your gentle love and care will protect her and support her all through the growing up process.
Though she may be tiny, there are a host of developments she will be going through. You need to remember an important fact that if your baby was born prematurely, she may not exactly follow these milestones. Understanding your one month baby developmental milestones will help you know what you can do to ensure his best possible growth. Clear all your doubts with your doctor and see your baby grow.
Take a look at the physical developments you may notice at this stage:
Some of the touch and smell developments that you can look out for are:
Your one month old baby has developed some hearing and visual milestones. Take a look below:
You can place your one month old on her tummy to help her strengthen the muscles in her neck. It will be difficult for her to lift up her head, so it is better to keep her on the tummy for short spans and see if she likes it.
Your one month old still does not need toys to keep her engaged. This is the time when she is busy exploring her hands.
You must notify your doctor if in the second, third or fourth week you notice any developmental delays. These could be any of the symptoms below:
You must follow the guidelines that your doctor suggests in these cases. There is no need to press the panic button; rather leave it on the expert as he shall suggest the right solution.
This is one of the most amazing times that you along with your partner must enjoy. You will be thrilled to see how your baby will transform over the months.
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Article written by Moumita Ghosh
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