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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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Baby Sleeping Guideline

Sleeping is one of your baby's habits that you will spend the most time worrying about, assuming you've had enough sleep yourself to form a coherent thought. So how do you know if ... More


Baby Product Recalls – October 2015

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


Baby Product Recalls – October 2016

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5 Things to Stop Worrying About in Your Baby’s First Weeks

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What to Do When Parents Disagree on Parenting

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Need More Sleep? Raise a Good Sleeper With These Expert Tips!

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Does Baby-Led Weaning Increase Your Child’s Chance of Choking?

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20 Books You Should Read to Your Baby By Their First Birthday

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New Peanut Allergy Guidance: Give Your Baby Peanut Foods Early

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