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Your baby's first year is a whirlwind of changes and challenges. As the months pass, you might wonder what is in store and how you can support your child's development. If you have questions on the topics of feeding, sleeping, or safety - among other things – you can find your answers, and more, below.

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Tips for Clipping Your Newborn’s Nails

Newborns require a lot of care and attention. One of the things you need to stay on top of, as a parent, is your baby’s nails. While the nails are soft and pliable, they can stil ... More


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We all know the importance of staying informed about product recalls to ensure the safety of our precious little ones, but staying on top of things can be a bit overwhelming. Let u ... More

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5 Tips to Help You Deal with Nursing Pain

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