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Baby Basics

If you feel like you’re examining your kiddo 24/7, don’t worry. You’ll feel better when you realize that everything is “normal” when it comes to how your baby looks, moves, sounds, eats and sleeps.

What to Expect When Your Baby Starts Talking

Much like taking those first steps, kids will say their first words in their own time. That first sweet, intelligible word will likely show up between nine and 12 months, with a few more words to follow in the months after.

What To Expect When Your Baby Starts Walking

Learning to walk is a process. Your baby will start by "cruising" along furniture with their hand on something to steady them. From there comes tentative steps. Get ready, your little one is on the move.

Newborn Care How-To’s

Congrats on your new baby. Many first-time parents haven’t had experience around infants, but they learn quickly by following some of these techniques.

First-Year Milestones: What to Watch For

Growing comes in leaps and bounds during your child's first year. They'll go from cute, sleepy newborn to active, babbling babies. We’ve collected the milestone info you’ll need as the months fly by.

Newborn Milestones: What to Watch For

Not sure what milestones your newborn should be reaching? We’ve rounded up some of the common growth and development benchmarks.

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.

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