Here are some facts:-
Breast milk is more superior than any other form of nutrition for the first six months to one year of life.
Skimmed and low-fat milk should be exed out in infants as they have too much electrolytes and protein levels.
Whole milk can only be given to a bay after 1 year of age.
Bottle-mouth carries is common so it is advisable to use cup and spoon during feeding rather than bottle.
Baby's weight doubles at 6 months and triples at 1 year of age.
First tooth erupts at the age of 6 months.
2-3 months baby smiles, makes funny noise, sees and follows objects.
4-5 months baby can roll over. Watch for the risk of fall from bed.
6 months starts to sit with support, creeps.
8 months- crawls, sits without support, stands on support.
10 months- walks while holding on items, can move from face down to sitting position.
1 year- walks with one hand held.