Information & Tips for Babies and Mums

9 - 11  Months

Emotion Your baby's bond with dad and you becomes deeper. He may start crying when he loses sight of both of you. Separation anxiety begins. He starts to clearly express what he wants.
Body Your baby can sit up on his own. His hand and finger motor skills develop further to give him greater agility to pick up tiny items.
Pee Pee frequency during the day decreases dramatically but the amount for each pee increases. Occasionally, your baby may quiver before or during his pee as a reflex.

With more solids added to your baby's diet, his poo becomes sticky and begins to smell like adult poo. The colour changes from yellowish to brownish. The frequency and shape of the poo may differ with individual babies. Your baby will have his own poo routine.

Useful Tips for Different Developmental Stages
  • 0 Month
  • 1 - 4  Months
  • 5 - 8  Months
  • 9 - 11  Months
  • 1 - 2  Years
  • 2 - 3  Years
  • 4  Years & Above

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