Child development in 3 months: skills and abilities
The first months of the young mother are over, full of doubts and questions, and you already know a lot about your baby, you understand it, have become much closer. The sound of the mother’s voice and the touch of your hands help the crumb to feel protected, to know that they love him, his cry is not ignored. Of course, the three-month-old baby is already very different from the newborn. About what he learned during this time and how it develops, we’ll tell you today.
The third month of the baby’s life passes under the sign of the positive baby learned to laugh, and increasingly smiling in response to communication between mom and dad, and even just like that. Crying and crying are a signal of the apparent physical and emotional discomfort of the baby.
Specialists from neonatologists from the United States conducted a study and found that by the age of three months a baby can distinguish more than 50 different smiles. Imagine how developed his emotional sphere is!
Of course, the three-month-old baby does not cease to be capricious, but more often he whimpers when he is bored, in order to you paid attention to him. At this age the child needs new information, communication is important, he is interested in the world around him, because he began to sleep less, more awake and to spend this time in a crib is not always interesting to him.
By three months of crumbs, if it is supported by the armpits, clamp down in a hard surface. When the baby is upright, place a small toy under his legs. He will be happy to try to get on it, and if he succeeds, it will be very reassuring.
At three months of age, it is necessary to develop the vision, hearing and tactile sensations of the baby. Let the child learn the rattle, feel different surfaces, stimulate the fixation of sight on moving and motionless objects, actively use toys that make sounds.
Our mom-forumchanka Jane tells: The son has many different toys, but there is a favorite rattle-dog with a bright ball in the center and he loves it when we play with it. He turns to look great rattle eyes, to see to it like a dog flying over the bed, and then I hide it under a blanket and he stops in surprise: where the toy was gone? The moment I pull out the rattle from under the blanket, and Vanechka is so happy to see her again.
- learns the faces of mom and dad, laughs at communication;
- he is capricious and whimpering, cries out protestingly;
- gulit, cooing, dialogue with an adult;
- falls into the hands of toys hanging over the crib;
- captures the toy and pulls it into the mouth;
- Raises his head, lying on his stomach and leaning on his forearms;
- turns from back to back;
- rests feet on a solid surface with support under the arms;
- He holds his head and turns it in different directions;
- finds the source of sound and light.