9-Month-Old’s Developmental Milestones: A Complete Guide
He/she could be nervous or fearful of strangers.
Eating, moving, talking, and communicating are the things that we are looking for in 9-month-old’s developmental milestones. Additionally, most of the things that we’re keeping our eye out for are “positive” things. So, a not-so-great emotion like fear might be something we don’t fully pick up on as a milestone. It is. The CDC and KidsHealth.org cite a possible fear of strangers as being part of a growing baby. It is by no means a guarantee that 9-month-olds will be afraid of strangers. You might end up with a super social baby who loves everyone and everything.