This infographic guides parents on how and when babies usually meet their milestones. This also shows how much parents spent on their babies considering their needs. There are baby stages that majority are experiencing with regards to their diet, physical skills, language and cognitive skills. 1-5 months old babies only needs breast milk or formula milk while 6 months onwards can start from puree and solid foods. They will be able to lift their head in their tummies on their first month and slowly progressing to roll over in both sides at 6 months. First teeth sprout at 7th month and will be able to improve physical skills between 8-24 months of age. Language skill for 1-5 months old babies, usually involve coos, smiles and imitates sounds by 6 months. 8-12 months, they would be able to combine syllables, knows more than one word and can say “mama” and “dada” properly. Cognitive skills would usually make more parents happy by seeing their babies tracking moving objects as early as 3 months and are aware of labels on people around them. 7 months old babies already displays stranger anxiety and can distinguish bold colours. As they turn 10 months onwards, they would be able to understand simple directions and finds hidden objects easily. Baby expenses are part of preparations and this infographic shows that the usual expenses will be at most $11,000. Parents spend more on diapers and formula milk as well as their baby sitters which ranges from $8-12 per hour depending on the experience. The infographic also shows baby moments which are important to keep in mind like activities done with daytrips, singing, dancing and reading books.