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0 to 2 months

Tips, toys, play

At this stage your baby can see 18-25cm away. Like baby Charlie, he will quickly become fascinated with your eyes because they are just the right distance away when you are feeding him.

Jessie vocalising with mum

There are many activities you do each day with your baby which provide ideal opportunities for you to interact with your baby.
Your baby enjoys being with you.
Your baby can look into your eyes during feeding.
Nappy changing provides you with a chance to chat with your baby.


Like Ricky, your new born baby has very little control over his body. Most of his early movements are governed by reflexes. Although his movements are quite random at first, he will begin to move his limbs more and will begin kicking.

Sarah nappy change time

Nappy changing provides you with a chance to chat with your baby.

Sarah's first bath

Your baby is beginning to learn about her new world through touching, tasting, smelling, feeling, listening and looking. Each day her experiences are adding to her knowledge about how the world works.



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