Your Child’s Development: 1 Monthenparentshttps://kidshealth.org/EN/images/headers/P-milestones_development_1month_enHD_1.jpgDoctors use milestones to tell if a baby is developing as expected. Here are some things your baby may be doing this month.1 month, newborn, development, milestones, baby, communication, language, skills, movement, physical development, social and emotional development, cognitive, thinking and learning, know the signs, autism04/28/201602/06/202002/06/2020Brittany A. Perry, DO02/04/202027d9d994-d4a7-47e9-80bb-e0a97153d065https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/en/parents/development-1mo.html/<p>Have you noticed how your baby's tiny fingers curl around yours or close into fists? Or how your little one startles at a loud noise? Your baby was born with these and other reflexes, which will get less noticeable as your baby grows.</p> <p>Doctors use milestones to tell if a baby is developing as expected. There's a wide range of what's considered normal, so some babies gain skills earlier or later than others. Babies who were born <a href="https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/en/parents/preemies.html/">prematurely</a>&nbsp;may reach milestones later. Always talk with your doctor about your baby's progress.</p> <p>Here are some new skills your baby may have:</p> <h4>Communication and Language Skills</h4> <ul> <li>startles at loud noises</li> <li>makes sounds other than crying</li> </ul> <h4>Movement and Physical Development&nbsp;</h4> <ul> <li>keeps hands in tight fists</li> <li>arms and legs move equally on both sides</li> <li>when lying on the tummy, holds head up briefly</li> </ul> <h4>Social and Emotional Development</h4> <ul> <li>recognizes parent's voice</li> <li>when upset, responds to a parent's cuddles, voice, and affections</li> <li>becomes alert when hearing a pleasant sound, like music</li> </ul> <h4>Cognitive Skills (Thinking and Learning)</h4> <ul> <li>will stare at an object placed in front of the face, especially something brightly colored</li> <li>follows faces</li> </ul> <h3>When Should I Call the Doctor?</h3> <p>As your baby becomes more alert, he or she will watch you constantly. And you'll be watching your little one closely too. So this is a good time to watch for any subtle signs that could point to a problem.</p> <p>Tell the doctor if your baby:</p> <ul> <li>has one eye that is crossed or eyes that don't line up in the same direction</li> <li>does not respond to pleasing sounds, such as a soft voice or gentle music</li> <li>has legs or hands that do not move in unison: for example, only one leg kicks or just one arm shakes</li> </ul>El desarrollo de su hijo: 1 mesLos médicos se basan en ciertos hitos evolutivos para saber si un bebé se está desarrollando según lo que cabe esperar. Hay una gran variabilidad en lo que se considera normal, de modo que algunos bebés adquieren habilidades antes y otros lo hacen después.https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/es/parents/development-1mo-esp.html/c80c9d6c-362c-4919-b9b4-ee3ec902a4ce
Feeding Your 1- to 3-Month-OldWhether you've chosen to breastfeed or bottle-feed your baby, your infant will let you know when it's time to eat.https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/en/parents/feed13m.html/5f2fdec1-e571-44e6-8f45-4cc0c83a2c7b
Learning, Play, and Your 1- to 3-Month-OldAfter learning to recognize your voice, your face, and your touch, your baby will start responding more to you during these months and even give you a smile!https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/en/parents/learn13m.html/c21bc2aa-024b-425b-8d81-d6883141ddcf
Medical Care and Your 1- to 3-Month-OldYou probably have lots of questions about your baby's health. When should you call the doctor, and what medical care should you expect for your baby at this age?https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/en/parents/med13m.html/8da68fe2-1903-46c2-aafd-c045d97f66d7
Movement, Coordination, and Your 1- to 3-Month-OldThe reflexes they had just after birth start to disappear as babies this age gain more control over movements and interact more with their environment.https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/en/parents/move13m.html/9bdfa795-4977-40bd-9fe1-ac63a82a9c46
Sleep and Your 1- to 3-Month-OldAt this age, babies generally have their days and nights straightened out. Many infants even "sleep through the night," which means 5 or 6 hours at a time.https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/en/parents/sleep13m.html/2b29e784-62a4-46fd-b270-ea8055ef7c46
Your Baby's Growth: 1 MonthPut away those newborn clothes. This month your baby will grow at a surprising rate!https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/en/parents/grow13m.html/212a87c6-0a6a-4079-861e-0401a9b37d5c
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 1 MonthYour baby is experiencing the first sights, sounds, and smells of the world through all five senses. What are your baby's responses to light, noise, touch, and familiar faces?https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/en/parents/sense13m.html/2183fdcf-7378-419e-b07d-4b4476594033
Your Child's Checkup: 1 MonthFind out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your baby might be doing by the first month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/RadyChildrens/en/parents/checkup-1mo.html/169b762b-8b52-41db-8134-c0c514badc73
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