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Travel Parenting Children on holiday from Birth to Two Years Development of Self-Regulation As we have seen, self-control too begins to develop in the earliest days of life. In the first three months of life, infants regulate arousal states of wake and sleep and the amount of stimulation they get; they also soothe themselves. From three to nine months, infants modulate sensory and motor activities and continue to soothe themselves, looking away from what upsets them or sucking on fingers or hands. As they reach out, form intentions, and develop a rudimentary sense of self, their capacity for control begins to emerge. From nine to eighteen months, infants show awareness of social or task demands and begin to comply with their parents requests.