Physical Development

The Eleventh Month


He’s getting closer to walking with longer standing time and he’s starting to take steps. Some early walkers might be walking on their own by now.

How can the parents help with walking?

Set up safe areas for walking, and safe walking toys, like stable wagons or carts he can push from behind. Keep only safe objects within baby’s reach, moving anything toxic or poisonous out of reach, covering electrical outlets, installing child locks and stairwell gates, and covering sharp edges.


Words and wordlike sounds are now spilling out of your baby, and he's able to use them meaningfully. As his brain continues to develop, so does his ability to reason and speak.At this age, your baby can probably imitate word sounds and inflections. He may be able to follow simple one-step directions, such as "Please bring me the ball" or "Pick up the spoon."
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How can parents help with talking?

Help him learn by separating multistep commands into easy-to-follow single steps, reinforcing them with gestures.To polish his memory skills, play games like patty-cake and peek-a-boo.Keep talking to your baby and labeling things. Count stair steps as you climb them, and point out the names and colors of the fruits and vegetables at the grocery store. Read your baby a picture book and ask him to point to or name familiar objects.

Mile Stones

He’ll try to copy you or his older siblings getting ready — brushing teeth, doing hair and make-up and similar activities. Baby will reach for what you have that he wants, and he might get angry if he doesn't get it.