Some articles on months, month:
... feeding a baby only breast milk for the first 6 months of its life, and continuing breastfeeding until the child is at least one year old and for as ... Weaning a baby to formula within the first two months of life is not uncommon in the United States ... Pediatrics and the World Health Organization recommend waiting until 6 months to introduce baby food ...
... Among normal months, adhika months, and kshaya months, the earlier are considered "better" for religious purposes ... That means, if a festival should fall on the 10th tithi of the Āshvayuja month (this is called Vijayadashamī) and there are two Āśvayuja (Āśvina)' months caused by the existence of an adhika Āśvayuja ... However, if the second month is āshvayuja kshaya then the festival will be observed in the first adhika month itself ...
70–100 inches (1,800–2,500 mm), concentrated in the months of May to September ... is the shortest season in the state that lasts for only a few months ... Strong north west winds blow across the state during the months of February and March ...
... first word most often occurs around 12 months, but again this is only an average ... to steadily add to his or her vocabulary until around the age of 18 months when language increases rapidly ... At 21 months is when toddlers begin to incorporate two word phrases into their vocabulary, such as "I go", "mama give", and "baby play" ...
Famous quotes containing the word months:
“I hate housework! You make the beds, you do the dishesand six months later you have to start all over again.”
—Joan Rivers (b. 1935)
“The reason American cars dont sell anymore is that they have forgotten how to design the American Dream. What does it matter if you buy a car today or six months from now, because cars are not beautiful. Thats why the American auto industry is in trouble: no design, no desire.”
—Karl Lagerfeld (b. 1938)
“And he was
there in the hall, flat on a sheet of blood that
ran down the stairs. I did appreciate it. There are few
hosts who so thoroughly prepare to greet a guest
only casually invited, and that several months ago.”
—Frank OHara (19261966)