Dating stages 7 months
You might notice the first signs that indicate whether he'll be left- or right-handed. He might start to show interest in learning how to use a toilet. Your toddler wants to do everything himself: Get his clothes on and off, feed himself with a cup and utensils, and wash his hands. He'll have fun imitating you by talking on a play phone, "feeding" a doll, or pretending to drive a car. As you learn what milestones your toddler is likely to master this year, keep in mind that this is only a guideline. There's a wide range of what's considered normal, and you probably don't need to be concerned unless you notice one of the red flags described below.
If the school does not have the resources necessary for your child, his teachers can help you find local groups or programs to help him do well in school.
It is important to remember that development is not a race.
Babies develop at their own speed and in their own way.
You are not alone – your child’s teachers and healthcare providers are dedicated to helping you meet all of his health and educational needs.
All babies will babble before they say real words.