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Baby's vison from Birth to 4 months
2015-12-23 09:18:21
. Up to about 3 months old, babies really can't focus on objects beyond 8 to 10 inches in front of them or distinguish between much of what they are seeing beyond that point. No wonder your baby seems to get accustomed to your face faster than anything else!

. Over these first few months, a baby's vision should rapidly improve and hand-eye coordination should begin to develop.

. By eight weeks, they should have gained the ability to not just see but focus on faces.

. It is normal for a baby's eyes to appear to wander or look crossed on occasion within the first two months, as his brain works on eye coordination. However, if one eye tends to constantly turn in or out, you should have this checked by a professional as soon as possible.

. At around 3 months, your baby should begin following objects with his eyes and reaching for things.

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