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Parenting is not easy, you have to watch out for the habits of your baby at all times. Although it can be a lot of fun watching your baby gradually learn and develop. The first year of your newborn baby is a basis for a lot of habits they can adapt to. As each month passes by, your baby's needs are bound to change.

From feeding and sleeping to motor skills and playtime, your baby will need a variety to keep them entertained. As your baby enters into the toddler years, they will need less sleep and more play. When it comes to feeding, your baby's need for breast milk will stop somewhere after the eleventh month.

For playtime and developing skills, it is highly important to get your baby to move in the first few months. They need to develop senses like taste and touch, so it is crucial for them to understand what not to put in the mouth, and so on. Using various items such as cushions and items with textures will help improve their learning patterns.

All in all, by the 12th month, your baby will have developed a lot of basic skills. Their ability to speak will also become highly likely, so bedtime stories will become a must as well! To know more about what baby habits are suitable for each month of your baby, see the infographic below.

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Infographic by: pishposhbaby

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Keeping Track of Baby Habits #infographic

Image: Keeping Track Of Baby Habits #infographic
Parenting is not easy, you have to watch out for the habits of your baby at all times. Although it can be a lot of fun watching your baby gradually learn and develop. The first year of your newborn baby is a basis for a lot of habits they can adapt to. As each month passes by, your baby's needs are bound to change.

From feeding and sleeping to motor skills and playtime, your baby will need a variety to keep them entertained. As your baby enters into the toddler years, they will need less sleep and more play. When it comes to feeding, your baby's need for breast milk will stop somewhere after the eleventh month.

For playtime and developing skills, it is highly important to get your baby to move in the first few months. They need to develop senses like taste and touch, so it is crucial for them to understand what not to put in the mouth, and so on. Using various items such as cushions and items with textures will help improve their learning patterns.

All in all, by the 12th month, your baby will have developed a lot of basic skills. Their ability to speak will also become highly likely, so bedtime stories will become a must as well! To know more about what baby habits are suitable for each month of your baby, see the infographic below.

Infographic: Keeping Track Of Baby Habits
Infographic by: pishposhbaby

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