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    Two month milestones
    Dan Brennan, MD posted:
    Are you wondering if your 2 month old is meeting her milestones?

    Here's what your doctor is looking for:

    A social smile (as early as 6 weeks of age) - recognizing your face and smiling at you in response

    Tracking with her eyes - smoothly from one side to the other

    Cooing - adding vowel sounds (oohs and aahs)
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    GigiSage responded:
    That smile makes 5am a little easier to handle.. And DD loves to watch the cats pace in front of her, it's so cute! She even will smile and coo at them! The cats are not afraid yet but we keep telling them just wait until DD can crawl and chase them!

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