Posts By: Deborah Davis, Ph.D.

Developmental milestones for 8 to 12 months

Are you a new or expecting parent? Many parents wonder what is normal for their newborn when it comes to developmental milestones. This is part three of a three-part blog series. Throughout the week we will post a  list of developmental milestones submitted by Deborah Winders Davis, Ph.D., professor of Pediatrics in the School of Medicine at the…
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Developmental milestones for 4 to 7 months

Are you a new or expecting parent? Many parents wonder what is normal for their newborn when it comes to developmental milestones. This is part two of a three-part blog series. Throughout the week we will post a  list of developmental milestones submitted by Deborah Winders Davis, Ph.D., professor of Pediatrics in the School of Medicine at…
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Developmental milestones for 1 to 3 months

Are you a new or expecting parent? Many parents wonder what is normal for their newborn when it comes to developmental milestones. Throughout the week we will post a  list of developmental milestones submitted by Deborah Winders Davis, Ph.D., professor of Pediatrics in the School of Medicine at the University of Louisville. If you are concerned…
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Routines: Good for you and your children

It seems that we are all in a big hurry these days and life is often chaotic when you have young children in the home. Having routines is really important for young children’s health and development. Routines have been shown to be positively associated with social-emotional and cognitive development and school readiness and negatively associated…
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