These little-known milestones reveal baby’s subtle achievements.

Would you recognize them if you saw them?

 

These little-known milestones reveal baby’s subtle achievements.

Would you recognize them if you saw them?

 

These little-known milestones reveal baby’s subtle achievements.

Would you recognize them if you saw them?

 

These little-known milestones reveal baby’s subtle achievements.

Would you recognize them if you saw them?

 

These little-known milestones reveal baby’s subtle achievements.

Would you recognize them if you saw them?

Watch for Baby Milestones and Worry Less

Parenting a young baby?    

Congratulations!  You have one of world’s most demanding jobs.

It requires great stamina, intelligence, patience, and flexibility.  You work 7 days a week, frequently alone, and often late at night. You get too little sleep.  Baby won’t explain what’s wrong, so you must use your wits.  Then, when you do solve a problem, Baby changes and there’s a new problem.

Your work is often unappreciated.  Baby doesn’t care about your needs. Sure, you may get support and help from family and friends.  Parenting a baby is a very hard job, which you can’t change.  However, you can find a new source of reassurance — watching for milestones.

A new milestone is a sign of developmental progress, and seeing it is very rewarding.   Moreover, you’ll be sensitive to new signs. You’ll worry less.

Growing and developing is how Baby rewards and thanks you. They can’t tell you in words.  Kidtogeny’s tools will give Baby more ways to show their thanks. 

There are many benefits if you know what to watch for. You will:

  • Recognize new milestones;
  • Watch for the appearance of subtle changes; and
  • Better understand Baby’s achievements.

Can you spot hidden milestones?

You are probably unaware of many milestones.   For example, have you seen your baby show one of the  postures in the slider below?  The appearance of each one is a signal of developmental progress.

Your baby is reaching new milestones every month.  Why miss out on these signs because you don’t recognize them for what they are?

Become a Subscriber to see all milestone drawings

Much Kidtogeny content is available to anyone, but you need to be a Subscriber to see all the milestone drawings (there are almost 60).

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Other Kidtogeny Tools

Even if you don’t subscribe, you should check out these tools.

Size Matters has videos on how to measure 3 features of your baby’s size:  length, weight, and head size.

The Round Head video will help you prevent Baby from getting a flat spot on the back of their head.  If your baby is less that two months old, be sure to watch the Round Head video.

Size Matters

Watch videos that show how to measure your baby’s length, weight, and head size. You’ll only need a bathroom scale, a ruler, string, and 2 cereal boxes.

Round Head

Many babies are developing a flat spot on their head before 2 months.
Watch this video to help your baby keep a round head.

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