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Do I need a routine for my baby?

Everyone wants to know when your baby eats, sleeps and poops. Don’t let schedules and lists stress you out.

10 ways to boost your child’s brain power through play

Play is not only fun for your baby, but it’s good for brain development, too.

What To Expect In Your Baby’s First Year

Whether you’re a first-time parent or you're welcoming number two or three, it's always nice to have great advice and important developmental information at hand. We broke down the stages of your babe's first year.

8 Parenting Myths Debunked

You've heard them before. Things like "pacifiers are bad" or "you won't sleep again." Dr. Dina sheds some light on eight age-old parenting misconceptions.

Is there a ‘normal’ weight for babies?

It’s not that simple, says Dr. Dina Kulik, a mom, pediatrician and Emergency Medicine Physician at The Hospital for Sick Children.

What to Do if Your Baby is Tongue Tied

Often tongue tie may persist without immediately noticeable symptoms. However, as your child grows, it may affect speech, oral hygiene (due to not being able to use the tongue to clear debris from the teeth and gums), licking movements (like moistening the lips) or even playing an instrument.

Is baby talk good for babies?

Are you holding your “wittle babeeeee” back by being too cutesy? We asked an expert.

The benefits of exposing your baby to music

A musical environment plays an important role in nurturing brain development. Maybe even a future career.

Milestones to expect in your baby’s first year

A lot happens in your baby's first year. From weight gain to movements and the development of speech, here's a general timeline of when parents can expect each milestone will happen.

Is It OK To Let Your Baby Cry It Out?

There's a lot of opinions when it comes to letting a baby cry it out. Two moms and an expert weigh in.

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