Baby

Is my baby developing normally?

Talk to a doctor

These stages are defined by Canadian paediatricians and represent what most children can do at a specific age. If your child seems to have a significant delay in one or more of the skills listed in the table, do not hesitate to contact your paediatrician who will assess his development and make him run a few tests, if necessary. This visit could reassure you and your doctor could say that everything is normal. This will mean less stress for you. Your doctor could also notice a delay. If so, you may need to make some changes to give your child a chance to compensate. In both cases, your doctor will give you all the information you need to support your child’s development.

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