A Quick Guide to Well-Baby Visits (0-11 Months)

Bringing your baby to the doctor for well-baby visits is a good way to keep them up to date for their immunization schedule required for daycare or school. Here’s a brief overview to help you make the most of these appointments.


Six well-baby visits are recommended before your baby turns one. These visits occur at 2-3 days, 1 month, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, and 9 months.

Developmental Milestones:

Keep track of your baby’s progress. From lifting their head at 2 months to sitting without support at 9 months, these milestones are crucial markers for healthy development.

Taking Action:

Bring important records, note changes in your baby’s life, and don’t hesitate to reach out between visits if you have concerns about your baby’s health or development.

Financial Considerations:

Check with your insurance provider as well-child visits are often covered. If uninsured, inquire about free or low-cost options at local health centers.

Asking Questions:

Prepare a list of questions about growth, sleep, feeding, and other concerns. Jot down the answers for future reference.

What to Expect:

Each visit involves a comprehensive examination, checking vital signs and asking about behavior, health, safety, activities, eating habits, and family dynamics.


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