Witnessing your child's development is an amazing and unique experience. Watching him progress from the helplessness of babyhood to maturing independence will overflow you with joy and relief.
However, anxiety and even apprehension inevitably creeps in every now and then in the course of his development. The question now: "Is my child developing normally"? Providing yourself with information about developmental phases will lessen some of that stress.
However, it is essential to keep in mind that no two children develop the same way. Every child is an individual. For every developmental milestone, there is a normal range in which a child may reach that milestone. Consult your doctor if you observe that your child does not develop according to the general pattern.
Below is a general list of some of the things you might see children doing at different ages, but these are NOT precise guidelines. There are many different normal paces and patterns of development.
Although no two children are exactly alike, distinct development patterns can be observed in your children aged two to six years old.
Two-year-olds are at a stage of exploring the world around them and are trying to master skills on their own. They seek to attain independence and to satisfy their curiosity. Thus, when they are upset, they give vent to outbursts of tantrums and anger.
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The information provided on this page does not replace information from your healthcare professional. Please consult your healthcare professional for more information.
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