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My baby's development:
By month three, your newborn will probably begin developing a personality all of his own. He also might be reaching for objects, smiling spontaneously, and turning in the direction of your voice. Now might be a good time to familiarize him with new toys, textures, and people.
Breast milk is the best way to supply your baby with the vital nutrients for growth and development, and to build your baby's immune system.2
If you've chosen to start supplementing with formula, or are formula feeding exclusively, it's comforting to know that Similac® Advance® is our closest formula ever to breast milk and . In fact, Similac Advance with Omega-3 & 6 is the ONLY formula containing galactooligosaccharides and lutein*, a nutrient babies can only get from breast milk or Similac Advance.†Learn about Similac® Advance®
You might not realize it, but your 3-month-old baby is becoming aware of his surroundings. Help familiarize your baby this month in simple ways:
Your 3-month-old baby is working on strengthening his hand muscles, and in five to six months he should be able to pick up toys. To help him along, put a rattle in his hand and gently tug on the big end. This can also help him strengthen muscles.
You should not be concerned if your baby does something later or earlier than your friend's children. In general, by the end of your baby's third month, here are some developments you can start looking for:
‡* Excluding inherent sources
† Prior to the introduction of solid foods
1. Healthy sleep for your baby and child. Canadian Pediatric Society. November 2012. Available at : http://www.caringforkids.cps.ca/handouts/healthy_sleep_for_your_baby_and_child. Accessed on 08/10/15.
2. Breastfeeding. Canadian Pediatric Society. April 2014. Available at : http://www.caringforkids.cps.ca/handouts/breastfeeding. Accessed on 08/10/15.
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