Can someone produce a timeline for babies first year?

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  1. Thedon

    Thedon Well-Known Member

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    I think a apptox timeline for what happens to a baby would be good for many. For example.
    Week 1 - baby loses weight but will regain
    Week 1 to 2 - Baby goes from a few pooh's a day to a pooh' once a day or 3 days.
    Month 2 to 4 - teething begins
    and so on
     
  2. i_am_amy

    i_am_amy New mum to Abigail.

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    Lol if someone could do this that would be fab. Very interested to see :) xxx
     
  3. MrsRH

    MrsRH Well-Known Member

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    there are lots of baby websites with this on already! You can sign up via email and get an email every month to say what changes you should be expecting. Every baby is COMPLETELY different so people's experiences will vary!

    have a look at www.gurgle.com www.babycentre.co.uk etc etc
    xxx
     
  4. Thedon

    Thedon Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, I know every baby develops differently, but an approx development stage would help me a lot
     
  5. aimee-lou

    aimee-lou Totally Outnumbered!!

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    There's one in your birth to five book to HV/MW should have given you too.
     
  6. lyre

    lyre Well-Known Member

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    yeah, the one in the nhs book is pretty good.
     
  7. joeyjo

    joeyjo Mum to 2boys, growing #3

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    I agree with the others that there are quite a few places that do this including the red book.
    Just to highlight the differences you suggest week 1-2 for decreasing number of poops .... G still goes most days and often twice; it was only at about 3.5-4months his frequency dropped from several times most days!!
     
  8. helent1983

    helent1983 Well-Known Member

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    Age 0 - 18 costs you loads of money!! xx
     
  9. Rydia

    Rydia 1 Boy & 1 Girl

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    Here are the charts on the babycentre page:

    https://www.babycentre.co.uk/baby/development/milestonesfirst6months/

    https://www.babycentre.co.uk/baby/development/milestones7to12months/

    Now my son is 9 months and he cannot do tons of things the chart says babies his age can do--he cannot crawl or stand or say mama/dada (he makes the sounds when he babbles but doesnt know what they mean), he does have the pincer grasp, drinking from a cup and banging objects together down. So I guess this a general guide but dont be suprised if your baby is few months off for some things.
     
  10. Thedon

    Thedon Well-Known Member

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    I didn't get a red book, thatnks for
    the links
     
  11. expecting09

    expecting09 Well-Known Member

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    :haha: This made me chuckle!!
     

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