At What Age Do Babies Respond To Their Name? Here’s What Doctors Say

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Watching your baby grow from a fetus inside you into an adorable little human is indeed a rewarding experience. With every month after birth, there are so many changes to look forward to, each step more satisfying than the other.

For your infant, it’s a completely new world to explore. As your baby gets more aware of his surroundings, he is likely to identify and understand different things at different stages. In fact, one of the first things they become familiar with is their own name.

Be it their nickname or full name, they will start identifying themselves with it and that’s an extremely adorable phase to capture. All those months of searching for the right baby name has finally paid off. At least that’s what it feels like.

That being said, did you ever wonder at what age do babies respond to their name? Well turns out there is a science to this as well.

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At What Age Do Babies Respond To Their Name? Here’s What Doctors Say