4 Month Old Baby Typical and Atypical Development

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In this video you will see specific gross motor movements and functions a 4 month old would typically be capable of. You will see the typical motor development of a 4 month old compared to atypical motor development in a child the same age to help you recognize early motor delays. For more information on 4 month old babies, visit our 4-6 month page. Watch what baby’s motor milestones look like at 4-6 months and learn about all milestones baby should be reaching.

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