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Keep your baby interested

While your baby grows up, her behavior changes as fast as she becomes more aware of her world. She is more interested in the objects around her and focuses her attention on new things that become attractive.

Sometimes your baby cries even when you have fed her and made all you can to comfort her, and there is not reason to be upset. You can make a funny noise, move your hands, sing a song, and it immediately will catch her attention making her forget she was annoyed. Taking her outside is also a good way to distract her.

Try to keep her entertained by changing the activities while she is awake.

Your Baby’s Development

Your Baby’s Development

Sixth Month

Although every baby’s development is different, there are some standarized activities your baby should be able to do at certain stages during her first year.

For example, by the sixth month your baby will start raking objects with her fingers and putting them in her mouth, this is her way to explore the world. Help your baby develop her senses by placing safe and colorful objects around her, in order to motivate her to reach them.

She will also be able to sit up without support. You can help with a poppy pillow or just with your hands to improve her balance.

Your baby will be sleeping more hours during the night as well as she will stay awake longer periods through the day.