As your kids celebrate their monthsaries, you see developments relevant to their age disclosed to you.
SIX MONTHS AND UP you see them crawl around and soon enough they will be standing up and walking with support. They can sit and roll over alone thus it's wiser not to leave them alone in your bed or you'll end up seeing them on the floor. Clapping their hands will be commonly seen, and so will be their movements in jive with a rhythm. Also, the improvement of their pincer grasp or the use of their index finger and thumb when picking up things can be observed. This is the early stage of observation where they are learning the cause and effect. As they play around you will notice them shaking and banging to make noise or sound; throwing, pushing, pulling, picking up and stacking up things as well. Communicating is also a noticeable endeavor, for they will babble and wait for your response.
This is a wonderful age to see them developing. And we should take advantage of their desire to move to help in their muscle development by providing them toys to push or pull. Stacking toys helps in small muscle coordination as well as visual stimulus. Their tactile stimulus can be further improved by providing them things to grasp and throw like balls. Sounds of different things can be appreciated too as they are observing everything around them.