I wish I knew more about developement, but I would say she is just a little young...try not to stress yourself out.
my 3-month-old does not seem to really be interested in toys and i am concerned that it is a sign of autism. she likes to sit in her infant seat and look at the toys attached to it but other than that if i show her a toy and try to catch her interest she doesn't seem to care. she is too busy looking around or trying to grab her feet. she makes good eye contact and smiles a lot, and makes a lot of cooing and other sounds. i have a hard time getting her to look at a toy and practice her tracking skills. does a lack of interest in toys mean autism? if i put a toy in her hand such as a rattle she will grasp it for a few seconds then drop it but she does not yet reach out and try to grab toys. does this mean she is delayed or slow? is it normal for some babies to just not care about toys? she likes peekaboo and when i sing to her, or just talk to her, and she likes when we read to her.
She's very little to be worrying about this! They are still trying to focus their little eyes and certainly don't have developed hand to eye co-ordination at this age. My son wasn't interested in toys until he was around 6 months and even then would rather just sit and stare at us, or chew his hands! She's tiny, enjoy her. She will do it all in her own time.
My son Cohen didn't really play with rattles and toys until he was 6 months old..I wouldn't worry so much hun..
I wouldn't woory too much either like the girls said she is still very young. I know my son did really get interested in toy until just recently. He would look at them but there were more times than none that he would much rather watch the celing fan or stare at the light. Now at 6 months I can't get enough toys for him. Don't worry hun I'm sure it's nothing. Just give her time she's still a Baby.
Nothing to worry about at all, just let her do her thing she is only a tiny wee baba!
shes too young to want toplay with toys!
AUTISM is only delected in children slightly older- about 2!
and autism is to do with social skills, ,interaction with others, concentration.
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