2 Months Baby Holding Position?
. I want to ask, my baby is still more than two months old, but it’s been a week since he likes to carry him by sitting on his lap, upright and wanting to face forward. If the position is changed, he often cries, but when sitting upright, he is silent. Is it okay for her neck because she is only two months old and wants to sit up straight?
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The physical development of each child can indeed be different. In general, a 2-month-old baby is more able to hold his neck even though it is not yet completely stable. If indeed your baby is strong enough to hold his neck, then it is not a problem at all if you want to hold him in a sitting position facing forward. When you hold the baby facing forward, make sure the baby's body is slightly leaning back so that the head can stay leaning on your body (your body will be a support for the baby's head). You also have to make sure one of your hands holds the baby's body from the front so the baby doesn't fall. If the baby's head still appears to be swaying unstable, you can hold the baby's head with your palms and fingers to make it more stable.
If there are indeed certain problems related to child growth and development that make you worry, you can also discuss directly with the pediatrician who treats your child.
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