As much as you don't want to compare your child to any other child in fear of finding out that they are behind where they should be, you still want to make sure they are learning and achieving what they should. Even if it's not at the exact time that "they" say it should be happening, as long as it's near that time it should be all good. I saw these developmental milestone charts up in the doctors office a little while ago that were made by Harold Ireton, Ph.D. So I thought that I would write them out for me and Mama Bird and also for any other parent out there. But I decided to give them a nicer look and make them into two checklists that you can print off and keep track of your baby's milestones. Here they are below and if you would like to download the PDF's to print them out, you can click the links below.