It’s not just you being sentimental about passing time - your baby is actually going through many, many growth spurts over the first several years of life! During the first year of your baby’s life, he’ll grow like a weed right before your eyes.
Being a mom isn’t easy. Mothers are constantly scrutinized for almost every parenting decision they make, from small choices to big ones.
Before you have a baby, you’ll likely be doing a lot of shopping to make sure you’re all prepared for your little one’s arrival. Once you’ve got all your baby’s sleep essentials, wardrobe, and diapers out of the way, don’t forget to purchase some bath time basics!

Babies, especially newborns, tend to swallow a lot of air during feedings, and this can cause painful gas bubbles in their bellies. Their digestive system and eating patterns aren’t mature yet, and they often swallow a lot of air during feeding sessions, especially if they are bottle-fed.

Baby teeth are so adorable, and even though all your little one’s primary teeth will fall out someday, it’s still important to properly care for your baby’s tiny teeth.
Trying out some of these pointers might just give your little one the boost he needs to sleep longer periods at night!

You’re so ready to ditch the diapers and potty train your child - but when, and how, do you begin? There are so many methods and techniques for potty training, ranging from the ever popular “3 day method” to long term practice. Don’t stress, we’ll cover all the basics you should know before starting this venture with your little one.

Newborns experience a wide range of odd phenomena - and hair loss is one! If you notice your baby’s once luscious locks are quickly disappearing, don’t fret! Read on to find out the root causes of your baby’s changing hair. 

We often find babies staring intently at our faces - but why? Read on to discover why babies are hard-wired to be fascinated with faces, and how studying facial expressions can help your baby’s development.todd
During the first year of life, your baby's skin is actually quite different than yours. It’s more soft and pristine of course, but there are actual anatomical differences between their skin and ours. Their skin is reasonably more sensitive because it is much thinner.
Why the types of toys you select are important for your baby’s development, and your sanity. Here are some things to consider when investing in toys for your baby.
These unique lessons are often forgotten but powerful to remember because children are innocent. As we go through life, we lose a lot of our childlikeness.
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