At ten months your baby will be determined to reach previously unchartered territory, usually she will be able to crawl well on her hands and knees and sit confidently; here's what else you can expect:
For the real adventurer, climbing might be on the agenda, particularly up the stairs. Unfortunately, the ability to climb up comes before the ability to climb back down, often leaving the baby stranded.
The only thing slowing down will be her rate of growth and, along with that, the appetite that fuels it.
Her personality will begin to emerge properly now; she might be very sociable and smile at everyone or perhaps shy and hide her face when strangers approach.
There could be times when your baby becomes scared of things she doesn't understand or that didn't trouble her before, such as a doorbell ringing.
Comfort her by telling her you are there and she will be fine. By now, she'll be adept at repeating sounds, will gesture to gain your attention and might even wave hello or goodbye to you in return.
She's also developing a mind of her own, which you've probably already noticed when she protests being put in her car seat or pushchair.
What to expect from your baby at month 11