Babies this age continue to grow — in size, physical skills , and their ability to interact with the world. Many of the new skills they're learning will come in handy for eating solid food. In fact, some time over the next few months, your baby may get that first taste of food beyond breast milk or formula. Although breast milk or formula will continue to be the main source of nourishment, your baby can start to explore different tastes and textures. As long as your baby continues to grow steadily, eating habits shouldn't be a cause for concern. By 4 months, many babies have doubled their birth weight.
By this age, your baby can raise up on her arms when placed on her tummy and keep her head level when propped in a sitting position. Half of all babies this age will be able to bear weight on their legs when held upright try it with your little one! If your baby is advanced in the milestone department, she could be sitting unassisted now or even be able to stand up while holding on to someone. Finally, listen up to your baby. A 4-month-old baby will still be on a liquid-only or mostly diet.
Typical 4-month-old infants are expected to develop certain physical and mental skills. These skills are called milestones. All children develop a little differently. If you are concerned about your child's development, talk to your child's health care provider. Normal childhood growth milestones - 4 months; Childhood growth milestones - 4 months; Growth milestones for children - 4 months; Well child - 4 months.