6 Month Old Milestones
Congratulations are in order as you’ve made it through half a year! It’s all happening. Fine and gross motor skills are continuing to develop, and you may see your baby transfer an object from one hand to the other.
Here's What You Need To Know:
- Around 6 months old is when your baby can start eating solid foods.
- They are visibly showing emotion, ranging from sad to content to outright joyous.
- Your baby is beginning to show bits of independence and personality.
True To Themselves:
At this age your baby is visibly showing emotion, ranging from sad to content to outright joyous. They will likely express displeasure when playtime stops, and are beginning to show bits of independence and personality.
They’re more likely to turn their head when you call their name. They’re also paying closer attention to the facial expressions of others; crying, whining, laughing, and squealing are all part of the emotional rollercoaster you will witness, as they begin to imitate the world around them.