8-Week-Old Milestones

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While at 8 weeks old your baby may not seem like they're learning much but they're constantly learning and observing from their environment. Find out about 8-week-old with help from a parenting professional in this free video clip.

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Hi. My name is Christina, and this is 8-week-old milestones. While at 8 weeks old your baby may not seem like they're learning much but they're constantly learning and observing from their environment. At 2 months old your baby has certainly gotten bigger since they were born. But they're not really doing too much yet. However they are observing their environment and they've gotten to the point where they should be able to start smiling at you soon. Smiling is their first social milestone. Their eyesight and nervous system have developed to the point where they're able to respond to you while looking at you and smiling. Some babies during tummy time at 2 months old are able to turn themselves over. It doesn't happen too often but some babies at 2 months old during tummy time are able to roll themselves onto their back. While the change may not be obvious to outsiders your baby is learning and growing and observing so much around them. Thanks for watching.

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