By your baby's second month, there will no doubt have been plenty of changes, here's what you should expect.
You won't only see changes in her progress as she goes from an unresponsive newborn to an increasingly alert and active tiny person, but in your competency as a parent as you become more confident with recognising your baby's needs.
By two months of age your baby will be wanting more stimulation than the simple contrast of black and white objects so look out for more detailed and complicated designs and let her reach out and touch them.
If you are lucky, your baby could be sleeping through the night but don't worry if she isn't.
Most babies will still need at least one feed during the night to keep them satisfied. You should notice she is going for longer stretches when she does sleep and is staying awake for longer in between.
This month might also bring a particularly special reward for all your hard work – your baby’s first smile.
What to expect from your baby at month 3