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First Babbling

From birth to one year your baby will go from crying to cooing to talking. Those are amazing milestones for your baby to accomplishment in such a short period of time as he develops his speech and language skills. This chapter takes a look at your baby’s vocal development for the first year and tells…

First Step

First Step

"The ultimate goal of physical motor development is to make the human organism as independent of gravity as is possible within the limitations of the human body." When babies begin to participate and engage in the world around them it is indicative of them becoming more and more independent. From the moment a baby is…

Playmates

Playmates

Your baby’s first year is filled with many challenges and new experiences for everyone in your family. One of the many things that your baby is going to be learning in his first year is the ability to socialize and get along with others. The first place that your baby is going to learn to…

Baby Teething

Teething

Baby teeth appear at different ages for different babies and can sometimes take quite some time before they appear. By three years of age most children will have all of their primary teeth. If by the time your baby reaches twelve months of age he does not have his first tooth, you should consult your…

Immunization

Immunization

Keeping your baby’s shots up to date is a very important factor to your baby’s health. Immunizations (or “vaccinations”) are given from birth and into early childhood. Immunizations are usually given during routine “checkup” visits to your doctor or clinic. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies receive the following vaccinations (health care providers…

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