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7 month old's communication

7 month old's communication

7 months

Around seven months, the most important changes take place within your child. This is the period when they’ll learn to coordinate their emerging perceptive abilities (the use of senses like vision, touch, and hearing) and their ncreasing motor abilities to develop skills like grasping, rolling over, sitting up, and possibly even crawling.

Seven-month-olds are starting to understand the meaning of language. Your baby should respond when you say “no,” although babies at this age don’t always follow that command. You should also get a response -- at least a head turn -- whenever you say baby’s name.

At seven months, babies are getting to be experts at nonverbal communication. They can make a wide variety of expressions with their face -- from big grins to frowns -- and they can understand how you’re feeling by the tone of your voice and your facial expressions. Your baby should also communicate vocally by making a lot of different sounds -- laughter, blowing bubbles or raspberries, and babbling in chains of consonants such as “da-da-da.”

Make photos with your cute active baby, upload to the App. Write about his/her current development and communicative skills.

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