Your 5 month baby
Your 5-month baby continues to be a bit aloof with
strangers at the age of four months. Your baby may also
show signs of separation anxiety, but that's normal.
Your baby is now becoming increasingly interested in
the toys that make noise, which can turn against each
other, which you can suck on, which you can chew, you
can assemble and move. Playing will you do in a lot
of it helps your baby develop. Now it's also very easy
for your baby to grab hold of different things that
it then puts into the mouth for examination.
Your 5-month baby likes to play peekaboo and when
you hide things together. Your baby has begun to understand
that things exist even if she or he can not see them.
To suck on feet and hands is also something very funny.
Your 5-month baby like when you read or sing to her
or him, even if your baby still does not understand
everything you say. It is your voice and your baby likes
to watch your mouth when you talk.
There is also a period for the child when that parent
must have extra patience and calm and remember that
it is enough that you are there and comfort her or him
when he is upset.
At this period, your five-month baby to be ready for
eating from a mug. Your baby may have already begun
to taste the food other than breast milk. Baby sit with
support, can lift shoulders and head when she or he
is lying on his back and can jump up and down when you
hold the baby in your arms and let him or her balance
on her thighs. Your 5-month baby continues to get better
at rolling and to detect small objects. It is now that
your baby begins to make out even weaker colors, understand
the direction of sounds and laughs often. Your 5-month
baby likes to be cuddled and caressed, but can itself
also give hugs and kisses.