given the fact that none of us are with you and baby to evaluate the severity, i would STRONGLY reccommend that you use mother instincts (is baby crying more than usual when he/she falls). if there is a hicky developing on the head you may want to take baby to nearest er just to ensure that there is not any broken blood vessels that may cause major issues. one thing that i can say for sure do not let baby go to sleep anytime soon maybe within the hr ensure that baby is awake.
Your baby should be at least 2.5 to 3 pounds at 7 months.
At four months you should feel some movement of the baby.
A baby three months old should be getting fed breast milk as it is better for your baby. It has all of the nutrients and vitamins a baby needs. A baby should get about 4 ounces of formula.
crawls--nine months (12 months)
about 9 months
At 5 months, you should be able to feel your baby moving, however not neccessarily kicking
about 2 months from the time you figure out that a woman carries a baby for 9 months;) about 2 months from the time you figure out that a woman carries a baby for 9 months;)
At 5 months you can feel your baby moves or kicks.
about 3 to 4 months after you have the baby
Baby rabbits should be weaned at about two months.
Elephants have the longest gestation time in the animal kingdom. A female will carry a baby for 22 months before giving birth. Elephants give birth standing up, and the baby falls to the ground.
The general rule of thumb is that a baby should weigh double their birth weight by the time they are 4 month old. So, if your baby was 7 lbs. at birth, he or she should be 14 lbs. at 4 months old.
The average weight of 9 months old baby girl is approx 19.62 pounds.
about 15 pounds
At about 9 months to 1 year.
loads of African foods.
A baby should be able to support itself and sit up by age 5 or 6 months.
12 months OR 6 months. it is supposed to be 12 months but my mom put me in 6 months.
Until it is weaned at three months of age.
At about 3 months you should put a baby tummy down 20min then at about 6/7 months he/she will roll over(also depends on the baby)
At nine months or so a baby will usually start trying to pull themselves up. At ten months to a year, or maybe a little longer a baby will start walking.