When Should You Start Reading To Your Baby?

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Reading is a fantastic activity to perform with your child because it has many advantages for both of you! It’s a moment of calm contemplation at the end of a long day and an opportunity to share stories you may have enjoyed as a child. So, when should you start reading to your baby? Any […]

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When Should I Worry About Baby Diarrhea?

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As parents, we all want nothing but the best for our babies, and any health concern can be very alarming. However, the reality is that minor changes in a baby’s stool are normal and not something to be overly concerned about. Indeed, diarrhea in babies can be a stressful symptom, so when should you be […]

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Should I Remove the Pacifier When Baby Is Sleeping?

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Babies have an instinctive need to suck, and parents often turn to pacifiers to comfort their little one in the absence of a breast or bottle. But is pacifier use okay when a baby is sleeping? Should you remove it when your little one dozes off? The answer is no — you don’t need to […]

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When Should I Stop Swaddling My Baby?

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As babies grow older, you must know when you should stop swaddling them. Generally, most babies are ready to stop being swaddled between 2-4 months old, depending on their development. When the time comes for you to stop swaddling your baby, you may notice them starting to move around more and wriggle out of the […]

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When Should Baby Roll Over?

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This is a common question that many new parents have as they watch their little ones grow and develop. Rolling over is a crucial stage in a baby’s physical development and happens at about 4 months. However, it can be difficult to predict when exactly your baby will start rolling over, especially when there are […]

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When Should Baby Sit Up On Their Own?

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When it comes to your baby’s development, sitting up independently is one of the milestones that you are looking forward to! A baby usually sits up on their own between 4-7 months and this is an essential step in your baby’s physical development. Here is when they learn to use their muscles to control their […]

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When Should I Take My Toddler to the Dentist?

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As new parents, your toddler’s first tooth is something to be excited about! Your little one’s first tooth (and many more to come!) comes with the responsibility of caring for your child’s teeth and scheduling regular dental visits. One of the questions you likely have is when you should take your child to the dentist. […]

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When Should Your Toddler Start Drinking From an Open Cup?

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It is a very exciting moment when your child learns to drink out of an open cup during their meals and snacks. It may be a while until they reach this milestone, but once they are able to enjoy their beverages, like mom and dad do, it is truly a special sight. Today, we will […]

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When Should You Stop Breastfeeding Your Toddler?

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When you start to learn about breastfeeding your children and how long you should continue to do so, you will likely get a lot of answers. Fellow parents will tell you one thing, online resources will tell you another, and it can be confusing. Today, we lay out the facts about breastfeeding and tell you […]

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When Should a Child Start Talking?

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As parents, there is nothing more exciting than hearing our children say their first words. It is an incredible milestone, and it means that we can start communicating with our children while getting excited about what they might say next. All children will be relatively different when it comes to when they start speaking, with […]

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The Developmental Milestones at 9 months of Age

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Developmental milestones can help parents, caregivers, and pediatricians get a general sense of how a child is developing. While not all babies will reach all milestones at the same time, they can be useful in identifying signs that a child may require additional assistance. It’s important to consider the following developmental milestones at 9 months […]

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The Developmental Milestones at 1 year Of Age

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Your baby has completed their first 12 months and begun hitting the developmental milestones at 1 year of age, which is a significant step as they transition from infant to toddler! It is the most exciting time when you see your child becoming more independent and communicating more with you and their surroundings, developing their […]

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The Developmental Milestones at 6 Months of Age

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Wow! The time has really flown by, and now your baby is already 6 months old! It is during this month that you are really going to see your child thrive. This is the time when you will watch your baby hit some major strides, including learning small movements, picking up objects, and finding ways […]

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The Developmental Milestones at 4 Months of Age

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At 4 months along, you will start to see your beautiful baby grow by leaps and bounds. It is around this time that you will notice that your child will be more alert, active, and conscious of their environment. It is truly a wonderful time to be a parent. Whether your baby is approaching this […]

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The Developmental Milestones at 2 Months of Age

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At 2 months of age, your baby is still very new, and Mom and Dad are likely very excited about the growth of their little bundle of joy. This is the period where tummy time is essential, and sleep will be more important than ever before. Let’s talk about your baby’s developmental milestones at 2 […]

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How To Get Baby to Sleep in a Crib in 8 Steps

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Getting your baby to sleep in their crib for the first time can be challenging, but it’s not impossible. With a few tips and tricks, your little one will drift off to sleep in no time. Here’s how to get your baby to sleep in a crib in nine simple steps. 1. Feed Them First A […]

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How To Dress Baby For Sleep In Each Season

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Dressing babies — particularly infants — can be challenging. How many layers are too many layers? Is Baby going to be too hot? Too cold? If figuring out how to dress Baby for sleep in each season seems daunting, don’t let it be. There are a few tricks of the trade that can help you […]

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When Do Babies Sit by Themselves?

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A parent needs to know what milestones they should expect in the life of their infant and when they should expect each one. The first few months of a baby’s life are full of many learning opportunities and much growth. As a little one ages, they will grow stronger and start to roll over and […]

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When Do Babies Roll Over?

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Baby will do many exciting things for the first time in the weeks and months ahead. Parents anticipate these firsts; the first smile, first word, and first step are among the moments that stick closely to our hearts to cherish forever. Baby rolling over is another milestone parents look forward to. Rolling over helps your […]

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When Do Babies Sleep Through the Night?

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Sleepless nights are a harsh reality for new parents. Between those 2 a.m. feedings and 5 a.m. diaper changes, you probably feel as though you are experiencing sleep deprivation. You might also be wondering if your baby is actually getting enough sleep. You will absolutely wonder when do babies sleep through the night? Ask a […]

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Feeding from Newborn to Three Years

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New parents are consumed with concerns for their children: which are the best diapers, what kind of schooling will be necessary, what is the best choices for feeding baby?

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Temper Tantrums

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Tantrums Now!, No!, Mine! The simple signs that forecast a storm might just be brewing. From an adult perspective the life of an infant or toddler may seem easy.  Your meals are prepared for you and often spoon fed to you.  Your clothes, diapers and other hygiene needs are all met with very little effort […]

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