It never hurts to talk to her pediatrician and see if an early steps evaluation is needed. I was very anxious because my son had very limited eye contact and also rarely responded to his name. I started talking to his providers about it. It turned out that he’s been having chronic ear infections (no fever or fussiness so hard to detect) Once his ear infections got better he stopped being in his own world and started making eye contact. He’s testing in the hearing loss range seemingly because his ears are congested. Waiting to see an ENT. Moral of the story…check in with medical professional. You never know. Good luck, mama.
She eats breakfast lunch and dinner but my little one doesn’t eat like that , we struggle with snack because if she snacks she won’t eat her main meal
I really haven’t changed anything I just try and make weird noises tbh to catch her attention
What have you done to change the eye contact issues? What’s her diet like?
Hmm, I wouldn't want to scare you or anything like that. I would suggest speaking to her pediatrician about this. It could be concerning to her development. Better check now to intervene sooner. :)