My baby is 7 months old. He keeps on twisting his wrist (left arm) all the time. Whenever he is excited, angry, crying or if he wants to reach out for anything or just focusing. His development is on track. He makes great eye contact. He plays, laughs, tries to imitate sounds, sits on his own and turn both sides. He has two teeth. He is active and in good health. It is just the wrist twist or twirl that is bugging me. He does not seem to be bothered when I hold his hand or if I stop him. If he is occupied with a toy, he does not do the twirl. If he holds my finger, he will open and close his hand. Am I worrying unnecessarily? Should I look it up or just wait on him to outgrow it?
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