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When will my baby be able to grab?
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In brief: At birth...
The "grasp reflex" (closing the fist around something placed in it) should be present at birth.
"rake grasp" (reaching for an object successfully) by 4-6 mo, "pincer grasp" (thumb and forefinger) by 9-12 months.

In brief: At birth...
The "grasp reflex" (closing the fist around something placed in it) should be present at birth.
"rake grasp" (reaching for an object successfully) by 4-6 mo, "pincer grasp" (thumb and forefinger) by 9-12 months.
Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
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Dr. Irwin Berkowitz
Pediatrics
In brief: Three to four months
Usually babies will start to reach for things at three to four months with progressive refinement of movements.
By 9-10 months babies should be able to use a pincer grasp using opposing thumb and forefinger to grab.

In brief: Three to four months
Usually babies will start to reach for things at three to four months with progressive refinement of movements.
By 9-10 months babies should be able to use a pincer grasp using opposing thumb and forefinger to grab.
Dr. Irwin Berkowitz
Dr. Irwin Berkowitz
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