At 4 months old your baby is moving and wriggling more, and possibly rolling, it’s important to ensure small objects are well out of reach. Four-month-olds often explore objects by putting them up to the mouth; make sure nothing can fit inside! They have very strong touch receptors on their lips and mouth that are still developing in their fingers. When your baby is able to grip enough to pick up objects, create games where you drop things and see if bub can pick them up. Continue talking, reading and singing to your baby, and check whether your library or community group have song or story sessions; a great way to keep your little one stimulated.
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