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    Developmental websites?

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    Does anyone have a good website that gives guidelines of what to work on with infants/their development?

    Like one that kinda tells me week by week/month by month what activities to start, when to up his formula intake, when to start solids, etc?

    I'm new to this don't laugh at me

    I can't believe I have a 4 week old




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    One of my friends is a child psychologist and she sent me the chart that they use at her workplace. I'm on my phone, but I can send it to you later tonight.
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    There's the AAP website HealthyChildren.org - From the American Academy of Pediatrics. I can't for the life of me remember what I used when DS was younger but hopefully this is a good starting point.
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    I don't have anything month by month, I think babies are trial and error in general. One day they just want more/different/harder/new. I like Montessori for babies since its just general household stuff set up for them to play with then rotated every so often so its easy peezy. This pinterest board has some fun ideas.
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    I'd love to find one for toddlers. And I can't believe you have a 4 week old already! Time's flying!
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    http://www.harvestpediatrics.com/fil...-6-24-mons.pdf
    http://www.healthychildren.org/Engli...s/default.aspx
    http://childdevelopmentinfo.com/chil...e_development/

    These three are all good. The first one is what my friend sent me-- she said that they use that for young children at her work. It's an autism diagnosis sheet starting at 6 months, but it lists what is "normal", so I count it as a milestone checklist. The second one is my favorite, but the third is good too.
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