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Just curious??? what might i expect from my 6 month old??

My daughter turned 6 months on the 4th. I'm just curious on what 2 expect or what she might do??? & yes I know babies develop differently & not 2 b worried......

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Asked by KileighsMom at 9:49 PM on Mar. 5, 2010 in Babies (0-12 months)

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  • I think sitting up is one of them. I have noticed my daughter is teething and she is 6 months and a week old... Also she laughs out loud more! :) I love to hear her! She has her own little personality! Its a fun age!

    Answer by heatherjenea at 9:53 PM on Mar. 5, 2010

  • My daughter rolls around like there's no tomorrow. But she only rolls from her back one direction so I have to keep flipping her over once she gets to the end of the blanket I have on the floor. She sits up unsupported for a few seconds at a time or with her hands on the floor for a bit longer. She babbles a lot and everything goes in her mouth. She smiles a lot and giggles. The other day she was in her exersaucer and I was playing with her and one of our dogs came over. I kissed my dog on the top of the head and my daughter giggled like crazy. It was so cute.

    Answer by Christina807 at 10:09 PM on Mar. 5, 2010

  • ---Ok, it seems like she is dng good so far, she can sit unsupported & has been able 2 since 5 month. She also rolls over & over & over LoL so I 2 have 2 keep putting her back on the blanket! She eats baby food & holds her own bottle. She can now get on her knee's & rocks bck & forth so she might b crawling by 7 months or so! THANKS everyone!!! =D

    Answer by KileighsMom at 9:58 PM on Mar. 6, 2010

  • At 6 months my son rolled well both ways, sat well, army crawled, drank from a sippy, said mama and dada indescrimanately. At 6.5mo he added regular crawling and getting into a sitting position without help.

    Answer by carsonsmommytam at 11:21 PM on Mar. 6, 2010

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