Your baby is now 12 weeks old and has grown so much since their birth. At this stage, your baby is becoming more interactive and responsive to their environment. They are developing new skills and abilities that will help them grow and learn. As a parent, it’s important to know what to expect during this stage of your baby’s development.
At 12 weeks, your baby is becoming more social and interactive. They are starting to smile intentionally and will often respond to your voice and touch. Your baby may also start to turn towards familiar faces and follow people with their eyes. They are also becoming more aware of their surroundings and may start to show interest in toys and objects.
Your baby is becoming stronger and more coordinated at 12 weeks. They will start to hold their head up for longer periods of time and may even be able to push up on their arms when lying on their tummy. Your baby may also start to kick their legs and wave their arms around. They may also start to grasp objects and bring them to their mouth.
At 12 weeks, your baby’s cognitive abilities are starting to develop. They will begin to recognize familiar faces and voices and will often respond to them. Your baby may also start to show an interest in their own reflection and may even reach out to touch it. They are also starting to learn cause and effect and may start to repeat actions that result in a desired outcome.
Your baby is starting to develop their language skills at 12 weeks. They may start to coo and gurgle in response to your voice and may even start to make vowel sounds like “ah” and “oo”. Your baby may also start to imitate sounds that they hear and may even start to babble.
At 12 weeks, your baby is developing new skills and abilities that will help them grow and learn. As a parent, it’s important to know what to expect during this stage of your baby’s development. Keep interacting with your baby and providing them with a safe and stimulating environment to help them reach their full potential.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What are some activities I can do to help my 12-week-old baby’s development?
2. When should my baby start crawling?
3. How can I encourage my baby’s language development?
4. Is it normal that my baby doesn’t seem interested in toys at 12 weeks?
5. How much tummy time should my baby have at 12 weeks?
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