Okay the baby's here. So — now what? Here are a few survival tips from experts and parents who made it through their baby's first years and lived to tell the tale.
Skin like a baby? That can mean a lot of things. An infant's skin can experience numerous changes in the first few weeks of life. Here are a few common conditions you might see.Read more
What will teething be like for your child? Nobody can say. A horror story for some is a cakewalk for others. But here are a few signs that might mean teething has started. Read more
Did he say "Dada"? Maybe. Maybe not. But don't wait for the words to find out. Here’s how to help your baby communicate with you now.Read more
The good news is that most babies, barring health issues, are sturdy little creatures. Here's one mom's point of view on keeping it all in perspective.Read more
What's the best way to care for a newborn's umbilical cord, and how long will it stay attached? One family physician offers her insights.Read more
Newborns seem pretty larval, but don't be misled. Amazing growth and development is going on. See what you can do to encourage it all.Read more
It's something you might not think about until you're forced to: How do you give a brand new baby a bath? But as long as you've got the right tools and the right touch, it should be fun for everybody.Read more
Once your baby starts solids, diaper changes can get downright weird. Find out what’s normal in the Dirty Diaper Department.Read more
Cheerios between couch cushions. Toys all over. Yup. Your house is officially a baby-gone-wild zone. Try these tips to keep your house clean.Read more
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