Child development: 3-6 months
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Babies between three and six months old have have come a long way in the first three months and they are usually very social beings who delight in being with you. Parents have usually learned enough of their baby's ways and messages to get their responses right for most of the time. Early troubles such as feeding difficulties and crying have often settled down.
There are many topics on this site about babies, including
The Raising Children Network website has a lot of information about babies, including information about development, behaviour, fitness, health and daily care. As well as articles there are several videos. The Raising Children Network site has been funded by the Australian Government.
The information on this site should not be used as an alternative to professional care. If you have a particular problem, see a doctor, or ring the Parent Helpline on 1300 364 100 (local call cost from anywhere in South Australia).
This topic may use 'he' and 'she' in turn - please change to suit your child's sex.