2 to 3 Months

2 to 3 Months

Baby’s strong arms can now bear the weight of his upper body. At this stage, baby can entertain himself lying on the back. Kicks big time and can grab those colorful hanging toys in his reach. Immerse your baby’s developing sense of sight, sound and feel with colorful mobiles, rattles, musical toys and chunky textured books.

Listening to giggles and innocent babbles are so comforting to ears and soul after all.

Physical growth / Movement

  • Stay awake for longer times
  • Fewer bowel movements
  • Raises head and chest when lying on stomach
  • Can support upper body with arms during tummy time
  • Stretches legs out and kicks when lying either on stomach or back
  • Pushes down on legs when feet are touching a firm surface
  • Bring hand to mouth
  • Keep playing with hands
  • Can grab and reach toys
  • Can shake toys

Social / Emotional skills

  • Smiles at familiar sounds and faces
  • Enjoys playing with people
  • More responsive to siblings and caregivers
  • Recognizes known persons and things from a distance
  • Observe faces constantly
  • Demands more play with crying

Vocal / Communication skills

  • Make constant noises or babble
  • Giggles at funny faces
  • Begins to copy some sounds
  • Turns head towards direction of sound

Cognitive (learning, thinking and problem-solving) skills

  • Make constant noises or babble
  • Giggles at funny faces
  • Begins to copy some sounds
  • Turns head towards direction of sound