Babies 7-9 months
What is the development of babies from 7 to 9 months?
- Now your baby can sit up without help and as he strengthens his body through crawling and crawling, he will move from the lying position to the sitting position on his own.
- With all the stimulation he has had on his stomach and on the floor, he will begin to move by crawling, some babies even begin their movement by turning until they reach their goal.
- Initially, it will start moving backwards, and little by little it will start moving forwards. Then you will raise your buttocks and progressively adopt the position on all fours, swinging back and forth. The baby will begin to understand that he must move his hands and feet to move around crawling. This occurs on average between eight and nine months. However, there are babies who can be delayed until 11 or 12 months.
At the same time, the baby stands up on its own and remains in this position by leaning on some object, and then moves laterally.
The "tools" that we propose below help your baby achieve these and more achievements at this age.
In the Toolboxes you will have access to the activity plan and virtual classes to learn how to play with your baby.