Don’t let the one-tooth grin, chubby arms and baby talk fool you. Inside the cutest package ever burns a fierce determination to do the impossible: walk like everyone else. But when should your baby start walking, and what are the signs it’s going to happen soon?
If you have a four-month old, you’ve probably wondered if it’s time to sleep train your baby. But how do you actually do it? And how long should it take? A pediatrician explains how to sleep train your baby.
A pediatrician tells you what you need to know about the 4-month sleep regression, along with six ways to overcome baby sleep regressions.
Vitamin D is crucial for bone, immune system and brain health. Learn why breastfed and formula-fed babies need this nutrient and how much you should give them.
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