During the first month of life most of babies’ behavior is reflexive, meaning their reactions are automatic. Later, as the nervous system develops, babies will put more thought into their actions. Some of the newborn reflexes are described below.
By the end of the first month of life, most babies may display the following:
Age 1-3 Months
From age 4-7 months, babies learn to coordinate their new perceptive abilities (including vision, touch, and hearing) and motor skills such as grasping, rolling over, sitting up, and may be even crawling.
By age 8 months, most babies can sit up without support.
On to Toddlerhood
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