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4-6 Months Overview
Rolling Right Along
Your baby is starting to show more control over their bodies by rolling over. They might also show signs they’re ready for solid foods by holding up their head up when sitting, or teething. It’s amazing how quickly they start developing new skills!
Your baby might be ready to start eating solid foods. That’s a big deal! But how do you know when you should start? What should you give them first? What can’t they have? Our article on starting solid foods can help answer these questions and more.
Watch our video to see what feeding milestones look like
Baby's 1st Year Milestone Guide
Get your handheld guide to baby’s first year. Shows motor, sensory, and communication milestones for baby’s first year and how to help them reach those milestones. The guide even has pictures on what these milestones should look like.
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Your baby’s teeth will be coming in soon. Don’t be surprised if they chew on their hands or if their gums are a little swollen. To soothe, try chilling a wet washcloth for them to chew on. Be sure not to give them anything frozen solid. You can start brushing as soon as the first tooth comes in.
Watch our parent’s guide to helping your baby during teething
We focus on your baby’s development in these areas:
All of our developmental milestones are supported by American Academy of Pediatric findings.
All of our games are developed and reviewed with licensed pediatric physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists.
From 0 months to 6 years of age, our videos will help you learn about your child’s development by providing information on topics, such as milestones and communication skills.
Find important resources that will help guide you through parenthood. Our brochures, blogs, and many other tools give you access to empowering materials.
Understand your child’s growth through their stages of development with information on key areas.
Use our checklists to track your baby’s behavior and discuss any concerns with your healthcare professional.
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