QUESTIONS YOU CAN EXPECT
1 HOW DOES YOUR BABY SLEEP?
Your baby’s sleeping pattern has probably not changed much in the last two months, but he might be cutting down on naps. 2 WHEN, HOW AND HOW OFTEN DOES YOUR BABY FEED? Your baby can start eating solids at four months, although you can postpone to six months. Your doctor or healthcare worker at the clinic might start recommending a vitamin supplement for baby now as breast babies no longer get enough iron in breastmilk. 3 CAN YOUR BABY DO MINI PUSH-UPS? It’s a typical milestone at four months. If baby’s still struggling to hold his head up, you need to see a doctor. 4 WHAT NOISES DOES BABY MAKE? At this age baby can make noises and even laugh out loud. He’s probably drooling and is trying to bite everything because his teeth are busy dropping into their sockets. If he’s less talkative than before mention this to your doctor. 5 HOW ARE YOUR BABY’S MOTOR SKILLS COMING ALONG? At this stage he should be reaching for certain objects, and he can also now bring both his hands together in front of his chest. He should be able to kick with both legs and go up and down when you bounce him on your lap.