By week 17, Baby is able to discern items placed horizontally from those placed vertically, plus identify images with two things in them versus those with three. Learn more, plus what "habituation" and "dishabituation" have to do with these new skills.
You child is not only paying attention to the sounds coming out of your mouth this week: He's also paying attention to where you are in relation to him as you talk. Learn more about how Baby meshes sound and movement in week 21.
Baby is becoming wise to the way objects move around her: In week 22, she understands that inanimate objects can't move themselves, but animate ones can. Read more about Baby's comprehension of motion right now.
Even at this young age, your child realizes how precarious a toy placed at the edge of a table is, plus how much more stable that object is in the middle of a table. Learn more about Baby's brain in week 23.
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