You’re blurry, BUT I LOVE YOUR FACE
“Your baby’s ability to see detail will be developing for the first few months of his life, although he can’t yet differentiate between pale colours,” says Dr Andrew Bremner from the InfantLab at the University of Goldsmiths in the UK. “His eyes may flash back and forth while trying to follow an object. That’s because for the first three months, he can’t track things smoothly with his eyes.”
Have face time to help improve his tracking skills. Your newborn is automatically drawn to faces. Hold your baby’s gaze, then move your head from side-to-side so his eyes follow you.