By the end of their tenth month, most babies:
- Use simple gestures, such as shaking head “no” and waving bye-bye
- Use pincer grasp to pick things up
- Sit without assistance
- Crawl well
- Walk holding onto furniture (cruise)
- Say "dada" and "mama"
- Respond to their name and understand "no"
Remember this is only a guideline; each child is unique and develops at their own pace.
Source: March of Dimes