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Nutrition and your growing baby's
7-8 MONTHS
COGNITIVE
Looks for you if you are out of sight
May look for dropped objects
MOTOR
Passes an object from one hand to the other
May be crawling, sitting up longer or even standing up
COMMUNICATION
Starts to vocalize more
Can understand when some words begin and end
SOCIAL
Begins to discern emotions from tone of voice (soothing, angry)
Reacts with delight to peeka-boo games
7-8 MONTHS
6 MONTHS
COGNITIVE
Is more interested in studying objects visually
Has increased attention span
MOTOR
Rolls over in both directions
May sit with or without support
COMMUNICATION
Listens closely when hearing her own name
Babbles strings of vowel and consonant sounds to imitate adult speech
SOCIAL
Mimics simple behaviours
Uses voice and facial expressions to convey emotions
6 MONTHS
9-10 MONTHS
COGNITIVE
Solves simple problems such as finding a hidden toy under a blanket
Clearly demonstrates what he wants and doesn't want
MOTOR
May stand unassisted
Has good accuracy when picking up small objects with fingers (pincer grasp)
COMMUNICATION
Understands words such as "no"
Connects words with their meaning
SOCIAL
Watches for your reactions (to banging or laughing)
May develop an attachment to Mom or Dad
9-10 MONTHS
11-12 MONTHS
COGNITIVE
Looks and listens simultaneously
Understands that objects have names
MOTOR
May be cruising and trying to walk
May be able to sit down from standing
COMMUNICATION
Responds to simple questions and one-step commands
May say early words ("no", "baba" for bottle)
SOCIAL
Shows increased affection with family
Waves good-bye
11-12 MONTHS
Here’s what to expect from 6 to 12 months. But remember, babies achieve milestones at their own pace. If you have questions about your baby’s progress, talk to your doctor.

Early childhood nutrition can have an impact on cognitive performance, determining the future learning, working and thinking performance of your child. Help her to reach her full potential with a diet based on high-quality nutrition.
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01. Welcome
02. Table of Contents
03. At 6 months a lot has changed
04. 4 important nutrients
05. Brain growth
06. Why is DHA important now?
07. Developmental milestones
08. Stimulating milestones
09. What to know about starting solids
10. Feeding milestones
11. Introducing solid food
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