It is normal for babies to have different levels of interest in their surroundings and toys at different stages of development. Some babies may be more visually or physically oriented, while others may be more auditory or social. It is also important to consider the baby’s age, as infants under 3 months of age may not have the ability to focus on or interact with objects yet. However, if you are concerned about your baby’s development, it is best to consult with a pediatrician or a child development specialist for a proper evaluation and guidance.
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