My son is four months old his weight is 5.8kg his neck moving left and right but not still.

My son is four months old his weight is 5.8kg his neck moving left and right but not still.

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Suresh Yadav (anonymous)

I want to know that months after my son sit and his neck moving and still plz tell me

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Hi Suresh

Thanks for writing in. I would like to start with apologizing for a delayed reply.

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Weight

As per the WHO standards – Your baby’s weight is perfectly fine. Here are the weight and height statistics for a male baby.

4 Month

Height – 60.0 – 67.8 CM

Weight – 5.6 – 8.6 K.G

5 Month

Height – 61.9 – 69.9 CM

Weight – 6.1 – 9.2 K.G

6 Month

Height – 63.6 – 71.6 CM

Weight – 6.4 – 9.7 K.G

7 Month

Height – 65.1 – 73.2 CM

Weight – 6.7 – 10.2 K.G

8 Month

Height – 66.5 – 74.7 CM

Weight – 7.0 – 10.5 K.G

9 Month

Height – 67.7 – 76.2 CM

Weight – 7.2 – 10.9 K.G

10 Month

Height – 69.0 – 77.6 CM

Weight – 7.5 – 11.2 K.G

11 Month

Height – 70.2 – 78.9 CM

Weight – 7.4 – 11.5 K.G

12 Month

Height -71.3 – 80.2 CM

Weight – 7.8 – 11.8 K.G

About neck, moving left and right, but not still

Although, your baby can hold it up when placed in a sitting position at around 4 months. However, his neck muscles and head control should be strong and steady by 6 months. In the sixth month, you can expect your baby to sit upright without support or with a minimum support.

Health & development of 6 months old baby

Do you know, ability to hold his neck is also a sign that he is ready for food diversification (time to introduce semi-solid and solid food).

Signs that your baby is ready for solid food

So, no need to panic. However, if you still have doubts, it is always good to consult a pediatrician (http://momcuddle.com/find-a-pediatrician).

Warmest Regards

Mom Cuddle

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