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The baby is rapidly developing and becoming physically mature by each passing day after her birth. At 9th week, the baby is awake for comparatively longer durations and has become quite active. This week, the development of baby’s motor skills, muscles, as well as social communication skills are strongly dependent on how the parents interact and play with the baby.

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riddhi vyas Posted: Friday, April 11, 2014 6:10:32 PM(UTC)

It is OK if baby starts teething late.

Some babies will start teething at the age of 4to 7 months or some may even start at 3 months also but,it is ok if some kids starts teething at even 1 year of age.

Teething is natural process and baby will do it once her body is ready for the whole process.

Weight is dependent on height of the baby and height is genetic.

But, your baby is not underweight as per age.

So all you need to do is take very good care of the diet of your baby and add some calcium rich food in her diet.

You can find more information on baby's monthly developmental milestone till the age of 12 months from:


Mrs. Megha Guda Posted: Thursday, April 10, 2014 4:30:13 PM(UTC)
my daughter is now 9 months she had no teeth...and her weight is 7.3 kg it normal weight....her birth weight is 2.7 kg