Also, keep in mind that, regardless when it happens, milestones will be reached in order. Your baby won't start speaking in full sentences before she says single words.
Ok - here we go!
For babies around three months old, here is some of what you can expect:
- Prefers brightly colored toys
- Sharp contrasts are easiest to see
- Turns head and may smile at parents voices
- Love listening to a variety of music
- Neck strength is improving
- Hands open and shut
- Hands can come together
- Baby will swipe at toys
- May hold a toy briefly
Language and Communication
- Smiles for interaction and to show pleasure
- Crying is no longer the primary means of communication
- Babling in vowel sounds ("ooo" "aaaah" etc.)
- Baby is facinated with faces
Some activities you can do now:
- Respond to your baby's coos as if they are spoken words
- Have conversations with your baby (maybe narrate what you do throughout the day)
- Read to your baby
What new activities is your little one enjoying this month?