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The First 24 Hours

By now, most moms and dads think they should have the hang of this parenting thing, but with every new stage of life, there’s something to learn. We’ve rounded up some of the most common milestones kids hit between the ages of six and 10, to help you with this next leg of the journey.

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.

5 Ways to Create a Positive Sleep Environment in Your Home

When the kids don't sleep, the parents don't sleep. The math is simple, for all to be well-rested, a positive sleep environment needs to be implemented. We pulled a few tips to get you started.

Bottle Feeding 101

We’ve got everything you need to know, from selecting a bottle system to the best way to hold your little bundle for feeds. PLUS enter for your chance to WIN* a Tommee Tippee prize pack valued at $268!

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.

Establishing Baby’s Bedtime Routine

Young babies have different sleep habits. By six months, there should be a fairly predictable sleeping pattern, including one or two naps during the day and a good stretch of sleeping at night. Here's how to create good habits and bedtime routine.

The Benefits of Infant Massage + Handy Tricks

Massage can help your baby release stress, feel soothed and relaxed and may even help them sleep better and be less irritable. Here's how.

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.

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