The nurse is caring for a baby that is able to follow objects with their eyes, lift their head up momentarily, and coo. The nurse knows these are appropriate miles stones for which of the following age group?


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- One month

- Two month

- Three month

- Four month


At one month a baby can lift their head, stare at faces, and respond to sounds. At two months a baby can gurgle, coo, follow objects with their eyes and hold their head up for short periods of time. At three months a baby can Laugh, smile, hold their head steady, and recognize faces. At four months a baby can put weight on their legs, push upper body up with arms, respond with noises to others voices.

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