6-month-old Babies Move Too Actively?
assakamualaikum wr, wbdok I want tny, my ankle is 6 months old … why is my ankle unable to stay still, if I like to move to the right to the left … in the prone position … kfng ska head and body shaking … I reach ap dy who saw when angry shouted as he lifted the body. sdh i calm gt lg gt lg .. and like to roll around and arch your body .. is this normal? I was overwhelmed..mhon jwbnytrmksh🙏
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Basically, the greater the age of the child, the body's motor development will be better. Babies 6 months have started to learn to roll themselves, and even have begun to learn to crawl when stomach. The movement of the arms and legs has also progressed, so that when in a supine position the baby will actively move his arms and legs up. At this age the baby's vision is also getting better. Babies can see further and are also interested in reaching for things around them.
The development of your baby at this time is actually quite normal for his age. As the baby's age, the baby will be more active and can not be silent. At this age, babies will often reach for objects and put them in their mouths, so you should start to be careful about placing small objects around your child.
To facilitate good motor development in children, let your child play on soft rugs and not carry too much. If until now the baby has not been able to roll over by himself, you can position the baby more often in a supine position so that the muscles of the upper body can get stronger. If there really is a development of your child that you think is abnormal, you can also discuss it directly with the child's doctor when the child carries out routine control to the doctor.
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