Parents should avoid constantly changing caregivers. Ensure that objects that the baby puts into the mouth are safe and nontoxic.
9 months: Sits up on his own, fearful to strangers but have close mother-child relationship.
Let the toddler sit in places where he can see many things. Avoid having strangers make a sudden appearance on the child. Mother should make a point to spend time with the child especially if they have started working.
1 year: Try to stands and drools less often.
18 months: Kids start walking
Make sure the floor is safe and nonslip to prevent falls. Limit the areas where the child can explore safely.
2 years: Learn to talk, self-fed, toilet trained. They will start to develop conscience, resistant and stubborn, notice three-person relationship, sibling rivalry and Ignores danger.
Let the child explore within independence by allowing safe limits. Encourage independence by allowing the child to try things out under supervision.