A newborn's eyes are sensitive to the human face and movement. She will probably develop complete three-dimensional vision only by the time she is four months old.
What can a newborn baby see
In the first couple of months, your baby will not be able to focus on anything further than ten inches from her face. A newborn's eyes are sensitive to the human face and movement. A newborn's colour vision is initially limited to bright colours like red and blue, and then expands to include green and yellow.
When will my child develop perfect vision (like an adult)
The baby will probably develop complete three-dimensional vision only by the time she is four months old. She will probably have perfect vision by the time she is six months old.
How can I tell if my child has a vision problem
If your child keeps bumping into the furniture or has trouble following the trajectory of a ball thrown to her, it may be a sign that she cannot see properly. Be alert for changes in the appearance of her eyes, such as a lazy eye, drooping eyelid or a squint.