9-Month-Old’s Developmental Milestones: A Complete Guide
Your baby will miss you and form attachment with objects.
We have talked about babies showing fear; now let us talk about sadness. When his/her carers aren’t around, he/she should realize it by this age. Even though it is hard to know, your tot might get upset about you not being in the immediate picture. Remember that it is part of development, so there is some silver lining to the upset. Reassure your hollering baby (and yourself) that the parting is only temporary and you will be bonding again before you know it. To go along with this, KidsHealth.org reports that kids will form security attachments to “transitional objects” like the aforementioned favorite toys or blankets.