Wright says, "Baby's first smile is, generally, the primary developmental hurdle. Most babies smile at around two months of age, though some parents swear that they see it sooner! Also, by the second month, most children can focus their eyes on an object held eight to fifteen inches from their eyes, and can follow it as it's moved. Finally, early on, babies will make a cooing conversation in response to their environment."
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