3 Month Baby Toysbaby toy for 3 months
Aged 3 months, not interested in toys
Hi my little kid is 3 month old and has no interest in toys or teddy bears or his baby gymnastics! Over and over again I try to get him to put things in his hand by going under his baby gymnastics with him to show him what to do and so on! However, he would much rather look at the walls or ceilings and smile, that sometimes really drives me crazy!
I just wonder at what stage did your baby start showing more interest in things? A milestone application tells me that they will beat their hands against a set of toys for about 2-3 month, which will capture things, but it doesn't do that yet!
I' m not sure he realizes his hand belongs to him!
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For you it looks like a game, but for your baby it's true work - they get to understand the surrounding area. Let's go gamble! Gambling is a serious job when you're a baby. Annually, every moment you are touching, feeling, tasting, hearing or seeing something new, a message is sent to your mind and your mind makes a connection, like small light globes shining all over your skull.
This is where parental involvement comes in: the more compounds a baby makes, the better its brains will function. Children are the most important things for us. By having fun with our children and arousing their interest, we design their brains for the years to come. Various types of games will make different links and foster different abilities.
By giving them a good mixture of games, we give them the best chances to develop a sound spirit. Zero-three months: Children's beds can also be portable, as well as baby beds, black-and-white or high-contrast fabric textbooks, mirrors, baby sports halls and images of people' faces. Four to six months: Easy "cause and effect" toys like rattle and shaker.
In addition: toys with various texts, wooden boards, music toys such as xylophones or percussions, toys that tip over and jump up again. Seven to nine months: Stackable blocks/shells, toys with hidden items inside, a cage with baby-safe small items, mini-Me toys such as cell telephones or keys, form sorter, softballs, toys with press studs and handles, activities centers, animal book, swimming toys.
Ten to twelve months: Movable toys, large plastics or wood cars/vehicles, more intricate "cause-effect toys", bricks, paintings/crafts, coloured pencils, marionettes, sand/water, followers, role-playing toys such as plastics foods or the like. Check out our monthly developer guide for more inspiration on the game you can use with your baby to encourage their progress.
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