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The baby turns to soft voices,
especially the voices of his/her parents.
The baby produces cooing sounds and
The baby turns to familiar sounds,
laughs, and coos.
The baby babbles "mamama," "bababa," and
knows his/her name, and turns when called.
The child has learned one word other than
“mama” and “dada” and follows one-step commands.
Snoring can be related to a number of things: allergies, colds, sinus infections, enlarged tonsils and/or adenoids, and sleep apnea.
If snoring has been going on for a while, especially that it is getting worse, you should make a visit with your child's regular health care provider as soon as possible. He or she might recommend a neck X-ray to rule out enlarged tonsils and/or adenoids and possibly schedule a sleep study to rule out sleep apnea.
|*||Amanda Lehrman is a mom and a teacher. She holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration and M.S.T. in Elementary Education. As a mom and an educator, she believes all parents and guardians can supplement children’s education by doing simple, fun activities that will instill a love of learning that lasts forever.|