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Developmental Milestones of your baby in the second year!

Sugandha Tiwari
1 to 3 years

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Developmental Milestones of your baby in the second year

Observing how your little one grows and develops is truly a wondrous delight!As your babies grow, you notice the smallest, yet most significant, changes in their appearance, mannerisms, and expression – each with joy and pride. Our Proparent blogger Sugandha shares what to expect in the second year - the key, basic developmental milestones of your baby to watch out for and celebrate– • Developed motor skills – indicated by walking without support and running, kicking, climbing on low heights, scribbling with crayons, and more. • Sharper cognitive skills – finding hidden toys or parents! Sorting objects, playing make believe, following simple instructions, etc. • Improving verbal skills –increased vocabulary and understanding of names of objects and more • Developing social skills – imitating adult gestures like talking on the phone, enjoying the company of their friends, developed sense of identity…


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Neha Dhiraj Ummat

| Sep 14, 2017

thanks

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Priyanka Sinha

| Sep 14, 2017

gud one.... after reading this I'm sure my child is on right track....

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Shweta Bhardwaj

| Sep 14, 2017

imp info...

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Rupinder

| Sep 14, 2017

very informative. pls explain more abt how to handle temper tantrums

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Ruchi Awasthi

| Sep 14, 2017

very nice information... thank you so much

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Heena Sharma

| Sep 14, 2017

very helpful.. thanku!!

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Karthika Vipin

| Sep 14, 2017

Nice information thank u

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Rupang

| Sep 14, 2017

nice informative

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Sima Sachin

| Aug 23, 2017

thanks... very informative

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Kiranjaist

| Aug 22, 2017

nice information

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DEBASHREE BHATTACHARYA

| Aug 17, 2017

Hello Sakiba, don't worry at all. It is normal. children speak clearly from 3yrs of their age. if your child understands you... don't worry at all. Give him time. Talk to him as much as possible. Sing rhymes and read out the names of the various objects around him.

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Pradeepa Chandrasekar

| Aug 17, 2017

Very useful thank u

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Sakiba Wani

| Aug 16, 2017

i have a premature baby born at 32+6 weeks,birth weight 1067 grams... now he is 20 months old... hes alhamdulilah doing well except his speech.... he gaggles and make sound.. talks to himself ...but doesnt say proper words.. just says mama,papa,aaja....... kindly help..

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Dora Ferns

| Aug 13, 2017

Very insightful Sugandha!!! my son who will b two soon does couple of these things mentioned like imitating n throwing tantrums. he's still not saying sentences .....only words that I n my husband speak

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Shefali Suri

| Aug 12, 2017

very useful.. thank u

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Shefali Suri

| Aug 12, 2017

very useful.. thank u

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Priya Gabba

| Aug 12, 2017

yes,my 2. 4 yr. old daughter is just like this. she sings songs, copy adults, even says three words together,tries to play games on mobile and so many new things everyday.

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Sabina Begum

| Aug 12, 2017

very useful tips

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Firdous Rayyan

| Aug 12, 2017

really useful ...thanks my baby is 2. 5 yrs so what should be normal weight cz she is v thin?

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kuntal tiwari

| Aug 12, 2017

Thank u so much for this information...

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Hiral Desai

| Aug 12, 2017

thank you

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Gurpreet Kaur

| Aug 12, 2017

pls share 3 years child milestone

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Kandlikar Swapna

| Aug 12, 2017

thank u for suggestions given

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mrs luqman

| Aug 12, 2017

very useful info

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Priyank Vashi

| Aug 12, 2017

great to know such valuable information.

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Deepika Vinoth

| Aug 11, 2017

Cognitive developmental milestones are skills that children are expected to develop during the first few years of life. From decision making to language skills, find out if your child is on track. https://www.parentcircle.com/article/cognitive-developmental-milestones-in-children/

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Sheetal Goyal

| Aug 11, 2017

my daughter does not say any word only mumma. she repeat many & talk to me that I can't understand in word .she is now 21 month old .what I do?

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Archana

| Aug 11, 2017

Dipika keep trying as she would do one day when you won't even expect.... they learn may not do ....so keep teaching

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Dipika Kanjilal

| Aug 11, 2017

excellent...... but my baby is too much active ....nt ready to say even a b ....i have tried in interesting way ..but of no avail ....what to do?

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Archana

| Aug 11, 2017

it's true as I myself I am a motessori teacher , but sometimes it is necessary for someone to remind what to do which u did..

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