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While all children develop at different rates, there’s a general timeline of where your baby should fall at each stage of its life. The slight delays shouldn’t cause too much concern early on, but if you notice that they’re beginning to miss many important milestones within months of the average, it’s time to call your physician. You can never be too cautious with your baby. Here are some developmental delays to look out for in the first year: 2+ Months Your child cannot hold his head up when you pick...

As your baby learns to navigate the world, she will not only need the mental skills to complete tasks, but the physical abilities as well. Often babies will be frustrated because they understand what they want and how to get it, but their bodies don’t cooperate. Here are some ways you can help your baby build muscle. Have lots of tummy time In the beginning, your baby’s neck and core will seem fragile and delicate. At just six weeks old, however, she will be able to lift her head for...

When you’re setting up your nursery, you probably intend to create a safe, happy place where your baby can learn, play and grow. Unfortunately, even the nursery isn’t without its own dangers that we, as parents, have to be mindful of. Here are a few harmful things you’ll want to avoid in your nursery. 1. Lead paint Many homes built in the 1970s were painted with lead-based paint. If your home was built during this time period, you’ll want to strip the paint, treat the walls, and repaint it with...

Many families start with cloth diapers right away, but some switch later on as they become more experienced parents. If you’re considering making the switch to cloth diapers, it’s easier than most people think. You’ll save thousands over the course of your child’s diaper-wearing years and they reduce your family’s impact on the environment. You can switch to cloth diapers at any time, but you’ll want to do it sooner rather than later to maximize the advantages. Here are some tips on taking the plunge. 1. If you're unsure, go...

It's an exciting time when your playful little one is sitting up confidently. You can tell he's about to crawl and you can't wait to tell your family and friends. If your baby looks like he's ready, but hasn't made the attempt yet, don't fear. Use these five tips to encourage your baby to crawl. 1. Give him space. You want to make sure that your baby has plenty of room to explore and potentially crawl. If you’re trying to get your baby to crawl in your living room, and...

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