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    • Gestation period
      Pregnancy is a beautiful and miraculous journey that brings new life into the world. It is a time of transformation, growth, and anticipation that is both exciting and awe-inspiring.
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    • The First Month
      During the first month of life, a baby mainly sleeps, wakes up for feedings every 2-3 hours, and begins to develop their senses and reflexes.
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    • Age One Month Through Three Months
      A child between 1-3 months of age starts to become more alert, develops their motor skills such as lifting their head, and begins to interact more with their environment.
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    • Age Four Months Through Seven Months
      A child from 4-7 months old starts to sit up, roll over, and develops their hand-eye coordination while also starting to babble and make other vocalizations.
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    • Age Eight Months Through Twelve Months
      A child from 8-12 months old becomes more mobile by crawling or even walking, develops object permanence and separation anxiety, and starts to understand simple words and commands.
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    • One-Year-Old
      A 1-year-old child begins to explore and experiment with their surroundings, develops their language skills, and may start to show independence and defiance.
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    • Two-Year-Old
      A 2-year-old child becomes more active and curious, starts to engage in pretend play, and may experience tantrums and difficulties with sharing and taking turns.
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    • Three-Year-Old
      A 3-year-old child becomes more social and communicative, develops their fine motor skills, and may start to show a strong desire for independence and autonomy.
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    • Four-Years-And-Older
      Four-Years-And-Olderchild becomes more imaginative and creative, develops their social skills and empathy, and may start to show an interest in learning letters and numbers.
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