Newborns and Seeing Colors

Did you know that newborns can mostly only see the contrast between black and white? The first primary color they are able to distinguish is red which happens around 1 month old. Babies can start to notice differences in shades of colors, particularly between red and green, between 3 and 4 months old. Using high-contrast images, your baby can start to make sense of the world through new eyes.

At CompletelyMe, we strive to help children develop their skills in a fun and easy way.  Check out our Baby Box - we hope you love it as much the babies in the pictures do!