My Baby – Week 34
It's important to keep in mind that all babies reach milestones in their own time, at their own pace. By week 34, your baby might be able to stand while holding on to someone or something, play peek-a-boo, wave, clap his hands, crawl, and maybe even get up into a sitting position from his stomach, or pull into a standing position from sitting. If your baby hasn’t hit all these milestones yet, be patient. A month or two can bring a world of change.
You may experience some troubles leaving your child with the babysitter, as separation anxiety may be beginning for the first time. But, you may also find the opposite is occurring; your child is perfectly content and happy when she is with the babysitter, but she acts up whenever you come home. There are many possibilities that could be causing this behavior. Just try to focus on not getting frustrated if your baby seems fine to leave you — instead, focus on the fact that you are raising a baby who feels secure and loved! And if separation anxiety is becoming too hard, try to spend a little extra time at home together.