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What things can my baby do in her sixth week?

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At six weeks, your baby is on the move. She's discovering all the new things her muscles can do, like:

Help your baby get stronger by playing with her on the floor where she has room to shimmy and wriggle.

  • Kicking her legs
  • Bringing her hands to her mouth
  • Lifting her arms above her head
  • Raising her neck while she's lying on her tummy
  • Reaching out for a toy

From: Vaccination Schedule: What to Expect WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on July 25, 2019
Reviewed by Dan Brennan on July 25, 2019

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