There is nothing more satisfying than seeing your child stepping on milestones one after the other. It is little comfort that you feel when your child is becoming better in speaking, walking, and eating. At the age of 3 years and 8 months, your child will understand what you say to her or him. Along with that, there are some other developments that your child might be experiencing.
Have a look at those milestones.
• Weight and height
At the age of 3 years and 8 months, your child is almost out of infant and toddler age. It is the time when they are just growing up so fast. The boys and girls of 3 years and 8 months old could have the weight around 31 to 32. 5 lb. that is 14 to 15 kg. Considering that their weight is growing along with the height, they could be 37” (94 cm) to 37.5” (95.2 cm) long. It could be different in other kids. So, if your toddler has either more or less weight or height, don’t worry. It is natural and all well.
• About your baby’s milestone
At the age of 3 years and 8 months, your baby will be sleeping 12 to 13 hours per day. Some of them don’t even sleep through the day at all. They only sleep at night after all day of activities. Considering that your kid will be spending much time doing other activities along the way, they tend to sleep better in this age. Here are some more milestones that your baby could be achieving:
1. The babies will become quite well in their bathroom training. They can help you wash them and can wash their own hands too.
2. The kids will become better at handling their spoon. Some kids might be messy but be patient as they learn quickly after 3 years. At this age, the babies can open the lid of a cookie jar.
3. Your baby can throw and catch the ball, he or she will be playing actively with other kids or adults. He or she can ride a tricycle.
4. They can turn the pages of a notebook and copy the circle or any alphabet through pencil or crayon.
5. They can dress up with their parent’s help.
• About your baby’s health & nutrition
When your baby is 3 years 8-month-old, he or she can eat anything from fruits, chicken, cereal, and milk.
At this age, your child seems to understand some emotional and cognitive things like anger, guilt, happiness, etc. So, you can teach them some important things like when they should be happy or feel guilty. Read them some stories to build their memories.