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When can I expect my baby to begin grabbing?

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Dr. William Singer
Pediatrics - Neurology
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In brief: Reaching out

At about 4-5 months baby will begin to reach out into the environment and will slap at objects.
By six months a baby will use a full fisted grasp. By 9 months a pincer grasp -thumb and fore finger will have developed and be mature.

In brief: Reaching out

At about 4-5 months baby will begin to reach out into the environment and will slap at objects.
By six months a baby will use a full fisted grasp. By 9 months a pincer grasp -thumb and fore finger will have developed and be mature.
Dr. William Singer
Dr. William Singer
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In brief: As early as 4 months

Your baby will usually master the skill of grabbing within 5-6 months.
Earlier attempts to grab items are not always successful, but he can get a hold of items as early as 4 months.

In brief: As early as 4 months

Your baby will usually master the skill of grabbing within 5-6 months.
Earlier attempts to grab items are not always successful, but he can get a hold of items as early as 4 months.
Dr. Scott J. Wolfson
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