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Baby development

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Last reviewed: May 2018

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Baby development checklist- fine motor skills | Parenthub

Baby development checklist with fine motor skills development milestones for infants 0-18 months.

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Baby development issues: video | Raising Children Network

This video looks at baby development issues. It takes you through a list of vision, hearing and movement signs to watch out for in your babys development.

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Baby development milestones | Raising Children Network

Baby development in the first year is amazing so much happens! Find out about baby developmental milestones and signs of developmental delay.

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Baby's development in the womb - myDr.com.au

A month by month guide to pregnancy and your baby's development in the womb. Starting at the first month, myDr.com.au brings you all the milestones.

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Baby development: what to expect video | Raising Children Network

Ever wondered what to expect from baby development? In this video, parents talk about baby development pressures and having appropriate expectations.

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Baby development at 4-5 months | Raising Children Network

Baby development at 4-5 months is about blowing raspberries, grabbing things and bonding to you. Read how to help development and spot developmental delay.

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Baby development at 7-8 months | Raising Children Network

Baby development at 7-8 months is all about playing, learning, moving, feeling and babbling. Get development tips and read how to spot developmental delay.

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Baby development at 8-9 months | Raising Children Network

Babbling, clapping hands, crawling, pulling up to stand theres a lot going on at 8-9 months. Heres how to boost baby development and spot delay.

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Baby walkers

Baby walkers can delay walking development and can be dangerous – the Australian Government and other health and safety professionals don’t recommend them.

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Crying Baby | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

Crying is a normal part of your babys development and is normal for all babies from all cultural backgrounds

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