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What developmental signs can I expect when my baby is 6 months old?
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Dr. Angeline Hadi
Pediatrics
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In brief: Sit, babble, roll
At 6 months, baby usually can sit for few seconds without support, roll over to both sides, transfer object from one hand to another, babbling, turn to your voice, recognize parents.
More descriptions : http://www.Umm.Edu/ency/article/002008.Htm http://www.Pamf.Org/children/common/development/.

In brief: Sit, babble, roll
At 6 months, baby usually can sit for few seconds without support, roll over to both sides, transfer object from one hand to another, babbling, turn to your voice, recognize parents.
More descriptions : http://www.Umm.Edu/ency/article/002008.Htm http://www.Pamf.Org/children/common/development/.
Dr. Angeline Hadi
Dr. Angeline Hadi
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Dr. Jay Park
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Sits,babbles, grasps
Developmental milestones most of 6-month-old achieve: gross motor skills-sits unsupported for short period, puts feet in mouth in lying on back position; fine motor skills-uses raking grasp and transfers objects; language-babbles, ah-goo, razzes; social skill-stretch arms out to be picked up, recognizes stranger.

In brief: Sits,babbles, grasps
Developmental milestones most of 6-month-old achieve: gross motor skills-sits unsupported for short period, puts feet in mouth in lying on back position; fine motor skills-uses raking grasp and transfers objects; language-babbles, ah-goo, razzes; social skill-stretch arms out to be picked up, recognizes stranger.
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