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7-9 Months Overview
If your baby hasn’t started crawling yet, they might be soon. Now that they’re mobile, be sure to remove any potential hazards and keep an eye out for their safety as they go exploring.
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Your Little Crawler
Doesn’t time fly? Believe it or not, baby should begin crawling around this age. It’s an exciting milestone, but sometimes baby needs a little help—here’s how you can encourage crawling, and why it’s so important.
Watch our crawling guide
Baby Sign Language
How can you know what baby wants and needs when they can’t talk yet? Teaching baby sign language can help you communicate with your baby through easy-to-learn gestures and facial expressions!
Learn basic baby signs
14 Baby-Proofing Tips You Need To Know
Baby is on the move, so let the baby-proofing begin! As baby begins to crawl and stand, it’s important to keep them safe.
Learn the baby-proofing essentials
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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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