Baby's milestones—from holding up their own head to tracking objects with their eyes to rolling over—are things that all new parents watch for closely. Fortunately, there is a wealth of information about what should happen when—even though different kids can have "firsts" along a wide spectrum of time—from books, credible websites and, most reliably, from one's pediatrician. But what about the moresubtle baby development questions? Mom.me tapped Los Angeles–based psychotherapist Julie Wright, an MFT who specializes in babies, children and their parents, for answers to a specific new mom's questions. Wright's answers help ease the concerns of Mia Miller, a first-time parent who is slightly anxious — but aren't we all?
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