Article written by Luca Lavigne, Published Dec 13, 2017
Most parents tend to fall into a routine of obsessing over developmental goals; baby KPIs, if you will, that signify a level of growth ‘normal’ enough that parents and doctors alike need not worry.
By four months, they should be rolling. By six months, teething. And by the time they hit 25, they should most definitely be moving out of home.
But according to paediatrician Dr. Daniel Golshevsky, parents should be paying far less attention to the benchmarks their baby should be hitting by certain ages. Attention need be paid, rather, to the things happening early on that perhaps shouldn’t be.
Read full article here: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mistake-newborn-genius/