By this time your little one is starting to sit independently! If baby is still needing a little core strength, try putting a few of her favorite toys in front of her and have her reach for them. This will help strengthen their trunk and back muscles !
Some of my most favorite developmental toys for baby’s this age are teething toys, rattles, soft toys that make noise, stackable toys, and easy to hold balls. Jill Olszta, a pediatric therapy specialist from Beyond Speech Therapy shares their list of the best baby toys below!
During this session, I chose a neutral toned teether by Natursutten. Babies absolutely LOVE this teether as it is soft for their little gums and easy to hold with the circle cut-out. This darling baby came in for her 6 month milestone session. Take a peek at this adorable session. To see more of this darling baby, click HERE.
Pediatric therapy specialist, Jill Olszta with Beyond Speech Therapy states that “Children at the age of 6 months benefit from interactive and narrated play with changes in vocal intonation from their caregiver. Having your child on their tummy or in a supported sit position reaching left, right, and to midline is optimal! Some of our favorite toy recommendations include…”
My recommendations for photographing baby’s milestones are at
I offer a wonderful baby collective including all four of these milestone sessions at my Homer Glen, IL studio. Sessions are fun and relaxed and a great way to capture all of those sweet details you never want to forget. Interested in booking a session? CLICK HERE to get started!
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