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How do i get the baby to grab a toy at 6 months old

We have tried talking to the baby, waving/taping toy. But no way will the baby grab the toy. please help

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Hi,
Toys are the best pals for the babies,Some Babies will learn many things slowly and some learns very fast.So you dont have to worry so much.Baby will soon grab toys and play and enjoy.Hope i have sloved your problem.

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