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Your little one is moving around on all fours like a rocket, isn’t she?
At 20 weeks, your infant has started to move around all over the house. She is impatient to learn new experiences, see, touch, smell.

  • So the best thing to do so as to safeguard her is to remove things within her reach, things that can be harmful or dangerous.
  • Get down on all your fours, see what could come into her reach, and remove them from her sight.
  •  Tables and chairs, furniture around the house can all have sharp corners. Pad them up with cloth so that she will not get hurt.
  •  Electrical outlets can be plugged with protectors. Children have a habit of digging into spaces when you least expect them to!
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priyanka desai Posted: Saturday, June 28, 2014 3:27:42 PM(UTC)

You must not try to let your baby sit before 5 to 6 months.

Baby's bones are still developing so if you will start training her for sitting before 5 months it can seriously affect her spine muscles and important bones.

You can find Baby development milestones from:

Janam J Deka Posted: Saturday, June 28, 2014 1:59:10 PM(UTC)
Pls advice after how many months should the baby made to sit.