Health Checklist

age

Vaccines

At birth

HCG

Hepatitis B

2 Months

hexa1

Rota1

PCV1

age

Routine Checks

2 Months

Temperature measurement

Growth Monitoring

Developmental Follow Up

Immunization

Nutrition

Vision

Hearing

Clinical Examination

Growth Chart

Boy

Month

Weight(kg)

Height(cm)

0

2.5-4.3

46.3-53.4

1

3.4-5.7

51.1-58.4

2

4.4-7.0

54.7-62.2

3

5.1-7.9

57.6-65.3

Girl

Month

Weight(kg)

Height(cm)

0

2.4-4.2

45.6-52.7

1

3.2-5.4

50.0-57.4

2

4.0-6.5

53.2-60.9

3

4.6-7.4

55.8-63.8

Nutrition

• Exclusive breastfeeding is recommended for the baby from birth to six months.

• Establishing eye contact with the baby while breastfeeding, improves the flow of milk

Skills Chart

MOTOR SKILLS

Opens and closes hands

Brings hands to mouth

Can stretch out legs and kick

Uses arms to raise head while on tummy

Moves both arms up and down at the same time

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Makes eye contact

Cries become distinct (e.g., hungry vs. tired)

Watches facial expressions and smiles as you talk

Turns in the direction of familiar sounds

Cries less and vocalizes more (giggling, cooing, and making vowel sounds)

SENSORY SKILLS

Likes soft tangible sensations 

Keeps head centered to stare at faces

Tries to reach for a colorful dangling toy 

Tracks moving objects with eyes when put on back 

Is comforted by rocking and gentle sounds 

FEEDING SKILLS

Uses tongue to suck

Swallows fine when fed 

Turns head toward nipple or bottle 

Safety Standards

Always make sure that your baby is sleeping on his back and avoid going to sleep on the abdomen

Don’t sleep with the baby on your lap

Sleeping pillow is not recommended for infants below one year of age

Avoid expose your child to passive smoking and burning incense

Avoid swaddling your baby too firmly because this may cause hip dislocation to the newborn baby

Do not shake your baby

Place your child in a child’s care seat facing the back seat, ensure you secure it firmly in place with a seat belt correctly applied. It is advisable to be installed for you the first time.

Things To Buy

Burp cloths

Hooded towels (2+)

Soft baby washcloths (4)

Baby wash or gentle soap for sensitive skin

Baby shampoo

Children’s nail clippers: Your own will be too big.

Soft newborn hairbrush

Two packages disposable newborn diapers or 24+ cloth

Wipes

Diaper covers and fasteners, if you’re using cloth diapers

Diaper rash ointment and powder

Newborn pacifiers (2+, because they will get lost)

Onesies (6+)

Several bodysuits/rompers

Several shirt and pants sets

 Socks or booties (6+ pairs)

Sweater or jacket

Infant rocker, bouncing chair or age-appropriate swing

Bunting (infant sleeping bag) or snowsuit, depending on the season and your location

Toys: At this age, baby can’t use his hands for grabbing, but high-contrast colors and patterns get his attention. Visual stimulation, such as a mobile above his crib, and soft music are best.

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