Motor skills development

Motor skills development - Daniel Kelleher Motor Skills...

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Daniel Kelleher November 29, 2011 Motor Skills Development Parent Interview During my thanksgiving break, I had the opportunity to interview my parents and ask them question about my infancy and toddlerhood. After interviewing my parents, I learned quite a lot about my early childhood motor development and also that my parents don’t remember a lot of the specifics about my early movements. After hearing most of the ages in which I hit my motor skill milestones, and comparing it to the textbook, I noticed that I was right on track for normal motor skill progression. I started the interview by asking my parents the first thing they remember about my early motor developments as an infant. My parents said that during the first month of my life, it seemed that the only thing I did was eat, sleep, and cry. They went on to say that by the end of the second month, I was much more alert and responsive as a baby. They said I had also started raising my head while lying down at around 2 months as well. The textbook says this
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