The
stages of crawling usually go something like this: from a sitting position to all fours, to rocking back and forth, to finally pushing off with her knees and then starting to move forward (or back). 

對於爬爬描寫的很生動淇淇就是這樣正學習著

But there are plenty of variations on this progression. Many babies
never crawl at all. Others develop a crawl style that looks more like soldiers bellying through the brush or monkeys poised on fingertips and tiptoes.

Your baby's now exploring objects by shaking them, banging them, dropping them, and throwing them before falling back on the tried-and-true method of gumming them.
每次東西在淇淇的手上她會左右搖晃有時候還敲到頭有時候上下甩動敲著地板她們都說淇淇脾氣不好我倒是覺得這是他表達的方式只是還沒抓到力道而已

 The idea that you do something to an object is beginning to emerge (using a comb to tidy her hair), so an activity center with lots of things your baby can bang, poke, twist, squeeze, shake, drop, and open will fascinate her.

Your baby will also be fascinated with toys that have specific functions, such as phones. If she can't hold it up to her ear herself, do it for her and pretend to have a conversation. Over the next few months, she'll start to use objects for their intended purposes — brushing her hair, drinking from a cup, and babbling on her play phone.
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Your life: Coping with separation anxiety 

It's completely natural for your baby to start showing signs of separation anxiety when you leave him in the care of others. In fact, it's a sign of normal, healthy development. Not that knowing this makes it any easier on you to see your baby in distress.
從淇淇七各月左右我就有明顯的感覺只要我離開她的視線不管是走進廚房或是走上二樓她會馬上抿嘴要哭,即使身邊還有阿港或是爺爺奶奶作伴這應該就是分離焦慮不過週日晚上回台北時被奶奶抱著看我們上車她的表現還好只是不知道離開家後有沒有大哭

不知道我有一點享受這麼被需要的感覺耶!

To help the two of you weather the goodbye blues

• Say goodbye in an affectionate but matter-of-fact way. Try not to draw out farewells or let yourself get emotional in response to your baby's crying.

• Stay away once you say goodbye. Resist the temptation to turn back and check if he's okay. This will only make things more difficult for you both.

• Call when you get where you're going. For peace of mind, phone to ask your caregiver how your baby's doing. Odds are he stopped crying almost right after you left and got diverted by an activity.
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• Reconnect by spending some special time together after you pick up your baby.

• Read the signals and trust your instincts. Does your baby react the same way when your partner does the drop-off? If not, perhaps having him do the leave-taking is a better alternative. Does he seem unhappy when you pick him up? It's unlikely — but possible — that your baby and the sitter or caregiver may just not be a good "fit."
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