track your baby’s development

Is your baby on par with his milestones? Find out what you can expect at each developmental stage as you follow your baby’s growth and mastery of skills with the Sister Lilian Centre baby tracker. Like you, your baby is an individual, and these values and developmental steps should be taken as a guideline, not written in stone.

newborn

Your newborn baby watches you wide-eyed but can only focus up to 25cm away, while his or her hearing, taste and sense of smell are really well-developed.

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6 weeks

At 6 weeks, when held upright, Baby can keep his or her head balanced as her neck muscles are stronger, but toppling will sometimes occur.

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3 months

At 3 months, your baby’s movements are far smoother and more continuous, and he or she will swipe at objects and pull things within his focal range.

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6 months

At 6 months, your baby can judge distance quite accurately, can distinguish the source of sounds he or she hears and can pass objects from one hand to the other.

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9 months

At 9 months, most babies can crawl a little or want to crawl, and they may start using words like ‘mama’ and ‘papa’.

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10 months

At 10 months, your baby moves around backwards or forwards on his or her belly. They may be able to crawl well by now, or at least do the “bum-shuffle”.

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1 year

At one year, your sociable little one has clarity of vision that is as good as an adult’s, although his or her vision continues to mature until about seven years.

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18 months

At 18 months, your toddler is likely still very self-centred, loves to copy Mom with the housework and still identifies very closely with one or two adults.

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2 years

At 2 years, your little one starts to catch balls and other objects, shows interest to “bunny roll” and can run well.

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3 years

At 3 years, your child starts to tell simple stories, may start to draw a stick person to represent whole people and begins to socialise more interactively.

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track your baby’s development

Is your baby on par with his milestones? Find out what you can expect at each developmental stage as you follow your baby’s growth and mastery of skills with the Sister Lilian Centre baby tracker. Like you, your baby is an individual, and these values and developmental steps should be taken as a guideline, not written in stone.

newborn

Your newborn baby watches you wide-eyed but can only focus up to 25cm away, while his or her hearing, taste and sense of smell are really well-developed.

Read more…

6 weeks

At 6 weeks, when held upright, Baby can keep his or her head balanced as her neck muscles are stronger, but toppling will sometimes occur.

Read more…

3 months

At 3 months, your baby’s movements are far smoother and more continuous, and he or she will swipe at objects and pull things within his focal range.

Read more…

6 months

At 6 months, your baby can judge distance quite accurately, can distinguish the source of sounds he or she hears and can pass objects from one hand to the other.

Read more…

9 months

At 9 months, most babies can crawl a little or want to crawl, and they may start using words like ‘mama’ and ‘papa’.

Read more…

10 months

At 10 months, your baby moves around backwards or forwards on his or her belly. They may be able to crawl well by now, or at least do the “bum-shuffle”.

Read more…

1 year

At one year, your sociable little one has clarity of vision that is as good as an adult’s, although his or her vision continues to mature until about seven years.

Read more…

18 months

At 18 months, your toddler is likely still very self-centred, loves to copy Mom with the housework and still identifies very closely with one or two adults.

Read more…

2 years

At 2 years, your little one starts to catch balls and other objects, shows interest to “bunny roll” and can run well.

Read more…

3 years

At 3 years, your child starts to tell simple stories, may start to draw a stick person to represent whole people and begins to socialise more interactively.

Read more…

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