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What happens next takes only an instant -- I look up and barely see the sliver of glass clutched in that neat, new pincer grasp, her mouth opening wide.
The pincer grasp ability--a complex skill that requires fine and gross motor function as well as vision-generally comes in between 9 and 10 months.
The pincer grasp ability generally develops when the child is between 9 and 10 months of age, and because it is such a complex skill requiring fine and gross motor function as well as vision, its absence can be a very subtle due to a problem with the integrity of the brain.