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At 9 months, your baby is raring to go from all fronts! She is now growing fast, and is slowly but gradually becoming very independent. So if she is able enough to eat on her own, by all means, allow her to do so.  This will surely inspire her to work towards more and more independence! And if in the process, she ends up making the eating space around her look like as if a storm has just passed by, you will have to just grin and bear it! Wasted and spilt food all over the place is a small price to pay for your baby’s evolving independence as she grows into a more and more confident eater! She would have started eating solids by now, as she is 9 months old. Feed her foods from all the groups-pulses, rice, wheat, fruits etc.

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Vidhi Parikh Posted: Thursday, October 17, 2013 4:03:49 PM(UTC)

Baby will learn to speak till 2 years of age and even more in some cases.

So no need to worry.

But keep on talking with your baby, as for speaking your baby should listen and then she will start speaking selected words.

Baby starts babbles during 8 to 10 months and starts to copy your tone

You can find all developmental milestones of child within 1 year from:


Shwetha Krishnan Posted: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 6:42:35 PM(UTC)
My baby girl will be 9 month next. She still hasnt started full fledged babbling. Should I be worried? She vocalizes and says bu bu occasionally. She walks with support and stands without support