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FriendsPlease remember that every baby is unique and develops at his/her own pace. Milestones are accomplished at a range of ages instead of at a particular month. The milestones presented in this section reflect the “average” age in which babies progress through each of these developmental milestones. Be sure to notify your baby’s doctor anytime you have a concern about your baby. Please remember that this section is provided to serve as a guide and should not be used as medical advice.

 

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