Just ahead of her baby turning 1, Jessica Simpson posted a photo of the little birthday girl to her Instagram feed on Wednesday night, featuring little Birdie Mae in a pair of white pajamas in a gold star pattern.
Baby and Toddler Development/ Milestones
My 6-month-old doesn’t roll from his back to his stomach. Is this normal? Should I be concerned? Are there other babies developing normal and rolled over later than six months? Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
She will be nine months old on Feb 10th. She gets from point A to point B by scooting around on her belly. She’s meeting all her other milestones. I know not all babies crawl, but my other two did, but I feel like it’s important for her to get the balance and strength. Every time I try to get her up on her knees, she flattens out. She is ALWAYS on her belly- so the amount tummy time isn’t an issue. I try several times a day to try to get her to balance on her hands and knees. My other kids just “did it” Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
A mom is in need of some advice and guidance regarding her five-month-old daughter hitting certain milestones. Amber Temerity Lozzi weighs in with some expert advice. A Mamas Uncut Facebook fan wrote in asking for advice from the community about her daughter, 5 months, who is not yet rolling or sitting up. This mom worries her baby isn’t hitting the milestones she should be. Should she be concerned? Read Amber’s response below. A Mamas Uncut Facebook Fan asks: “I am concerned about my child’s milestones: Thoughts? She will be five months old the day after New year’s day, and she still isn’t rolling over or sitting up.. I’ve tried propping her up using a boppy pillow and tried getting her to roll over by showing her how and doing tummy time. She also REALLY hates tummy time. I’m lost on what to do. Please help! Any advice would be appreciated, please.” – Mamas Uncut Community Member YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: My Two-Year-Old Barely Talks: Is It Possible She Has a Speech Delay? Advice from Amber Temerity Lozzi While 5 months is at the upper end of what we would consider to be a “sitting-up” milestone, it’s still within a typical range. All babies develop differently and though …
I have a 4-month-old baby, and he refuses to hold his head upon his belly during tummy time or use his arms to push up. The dr says he has great muscle tone and strength in his arms and legs. He can hold it up some on his belly( does better with use of boppy) but just not real high. He can hold it up sitting in my lap or when I let him stand on my lap. He also tries to sit up on his own while I’m holding him, I joke and say he is doing crunches because that’s what it looks like. It’s just during tummy time. He is still wobbly, but that’s ok. I was late starting tummy time. I didn’t start it till he was two months and if he gets mad, I pick him up, so I’m sure that’s part of it too. Do any other moms experience this? If so, did they eventually just do it and go on to crawl ok? Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
Hi. My baby will be 2 months old tomorrow and he goes for his appointment and shots Thursday which made me look up to see what milestones he should be meeting. He smiles and coos but doesn’t follow things with his eyes and doesn’t turn his head to sounds. I’m freaking out that something may be wrong. Any other moms experience this and baby ok? Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
My daughter says about 15 words including mama and daddy, and 3 sentences. I’m just curious if she could have a speech delay? She used a TON of gibberish, she can go on and on…She can’t communicate her needs to us and still just cries and screams. She listens to commands and seems to understand us when we talk, but isn’t using her words. She is 2 years old and 4 months. Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
My son is one tomorrow! I’m worried he’s not where he is supposed to be verbally. He doesn’t say “ momma “ daddy” “ bye,” nor does he play peekaboo. Is that normal? This is my third child! You’d think I would know by now! Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
Has anyone ever been told your baby I “slower” because he/she is breastfed? I exclusively breast-feed mainly from the breast because I am a stay at home mom and just haven’t had the need to actually pump he is always with me. Anyways my mother-in-law said that he is “slow” because he couldn’t hold a bottle or toy. Which he can do both he only spent 2 hours with her today (I pumped a bottle for him) I only left him so she could spend time with him. I was just curious if anyone else has anything like that before. Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
my baby is six weeks old and is teething. Her doctor was kinda shocked. She said it’s not common but possible. Then she looked back in her chart and said shes above her learning curve. She has been rolling over for 4 weeks. How old were your babies when they started teething and rolling over? Anonymous Community MemberThis question was asked by a Facebook community member who has asked to remain anonymous.
A baby boy born without skin is continuing to thrive after his parents fought for his right to live. When Priscilla Maldonado and Marvin Gray first learned they were expecting their third child together, they took comfort in knowing all of his tests came back normal. However, at 37-weeks gestation, a routine scan revealed that their baby boy had stopped gaining weight and his heart rate had begun to slow. You May Also Like: This Amazing Three-Year-Old Started a Lemonade Stand to Raise Money for Babies in Need As a result, Maldonado was rushed into an emergency c-section. Their baby boy, Ja’bari, was born weighing just three pounds on January 1. His skin had only formed on his head, face, and parts of his legs and arms, feet, and hands were fused together and his eyes were fused shut. In an interview with the San Antonio Express-News, Maldanado recalled Ja’bari’s birth being “completely silent” and unlike anything she experienced while giving birth to her two older children. Not sure if Ja’bari would survive or ever recover, doctors told Maldanado and Gray that they should consider “pulling the plug,” something the parents could never even consider doing. In an interview with ABC …