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Brain Building 101

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Thanks to our friends at Vroom, the latest research on children’s brain development has been transformed into fun and easy brain-building activities you can do with your baby throughout the day. No equipment required.
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Seeing your baby's hair snipped off at the first haircut can be a bittersweet experience for you. And your child may find the whole thing unsettling and even scary. Here's how to create a tear-free trip to the hair salon.
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Some of the most exciting baby milestones for new parents occur as your little one's babbling evolves into actual words. Encourage your baby's talking with these smart tips.
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Introducing Vroom

New science tells us that the first 5 years of life are when our children form the foundation for future learning. Vroom is here to help you make the most of this precious time. By using the moments we already have a bit differently, we can actually build our children's brains - and their futures!
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You can’t wait to cheer on that on-the-move baby, crawling for the first time — but first, you’ve got some serious baby-proofing to do. Read on for baby safety tips every new parent can use.
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Wordless books provide an opportunity that no other book can offer—a personally crafted storytelling experience from you to your baby
Read Show Me the Pictures! The Importance of Storytelling and Reading Aloud Without Words
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Why exercise solo when you can work out with your new baby? Your little one could end up being your best fitness companion. Find out how to bond with your baby while losing the baby weight.
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Your new baby will be reaching milestones before you know it. You can help support your little one's motor development and more by encouraging simple activities.
Read Boost Your Child’s Development
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When babies reach 4 to 6 months of age, they'll require more gear than in previous weeks. Read on for four baby care basics that will come in handy.
Read 4 Things You Need for Your 4- to 6-Month-Old

Baby Games and Activities

The best baby games are very simple, as there's nothing your baby loves more than spending time with you. So try one of the ideas in this video, and let the fun begin!

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Now that you're a new mom, you're probably eager to capture every moment of your little one's life. Learn how to take a picture-perfect shot of your baby or toddler with these baby photography tips.
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Do you have a crying baby who just won't stop? Try these surefire tricks to calm and comfort your little one.
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Your family is dishing out parenting advice, but be careful about which tips you heed. You'll want to follow the best and most current baby care guidelines. Learn which outdated tips you can ignore.
Read Must-Know Baby Care Advice
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Your baby's drive to master some key motor skills is a remarkable part of early childhood development and a thrilling part of parenthood. Find out how to help your baby bust a move.
Read Helping Your Baby With Motor Milestones
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Even before your new baby comes out with a first word, your little one will communicate with grunts, gestures, and cries. Read on to find out what your baby's talking means.
Read What Your Baby’s Talking Means
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Is your baby enjoying a healthy amount of experiences and sensations? Or is your little one feeling overwhelmed? Discover how to strike the right balance of stimulation for healthy development.
Read How Do I Keep My Baby Stimulated?
How Do I Keep My Baby Stimulated?
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I know that reading to my 11-month-old baby is important for her development, but what other baby toys or activities can help foster early child development?

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Are Some Toys Better for Early Child Development?
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Is thumb-sucking bad for your baby? Find out what role self-soothing techniques play in early childhood development.
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Cleaning up household messes and doing laundry are a necessary part of baby care and parenting. Learn how to keep your living space clean and safe for your baby.
Read Baby Care Basics: Creating a Clean and Safe Home
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One, two, I'm counting with you! Counting rhymes and songs are some of the most delightful baby games and pastimes ever. Here are four classics that you can enjoy together.
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Your baby can’t talk yet — but those attempts to communicate are ramping up. Learn how your child conveys messages without words and how you can help your little one develop language skills.
Read Helping Your Baby Communicate
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There are so many baby development breakthroughs to look forward to as your little one begins to move and become more active. Read on to learn what motor skills your child is working on in the first year.
Read Baby Movement Milestones
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It's the moment we've been waiting for: Our babies are trying a few words. 'Mama' and 'Dada' have never sounded sweeter. And many babies this age like being around children, too, although they don't interact all that much yet. Learn more.
Read Speaking Up and Becoming Sociable
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We are going to paint the rooms in our house and I have a 1-year-old and a 2-month-old baby. Isn't the paint smell dangerous for them?
Read Will the smell of paint harm my 1-year-old and 2-month-old?
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Singing or chanting to your child both soothes and comforts him. It's also a powerful means of connecting with him. Sing or chant anytime, anywhere.
Read Finger Play and Nursery Rhymes for Babies
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Is it common for nipples to bleed when you start breastfeeding? Is there anything I can do to limit the pain and bleeding? Should I stop breastfeeding? My son is 1 week old.
Read How do I cope with bleeding nipples when I breastfeed my 1-week-old?
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Is it dangerous for my husband to keep hanging our 5-month-old baby upside down?
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My 5-month-old son has had red bumps on the soles of his feet for at least four weeks now. We have run the gamut with the doctor's diagnoses. First we thought it was hand, foot, and mouth disease, but that was ruled out due to lack of fever and duration. The next diagnosis was infant acne, and just one week ago we were thinking it might be an allergic reaction to his socks (the rubber nonskid ones). As the bumps dry out, they tend to peel and go away, but more keep returning. Is there anything we might be missing? The bumps appear to make him itch, and at times his entire foot is bright red. Under advice, he has not worn socks since the last diagnosis, but with winter here, I would really like to know how to clear up his condition.
Read What are these red bumps on my baby's feet?
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My 10-month-old baby girl has very strong smelling urine. Every time she pees you can smell it through the diaper, and on more than one occasion the smell has been mistaken for a dirty diaper by friends and family. Why does her pee smell so bad?
Read Why does my 10-month-old's urine have a strong smell?
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After my 20-week ultrasound my doctor said that my amniotic fluid levels are low. What does this mean for my baby and me, and what can I do to help?
Read What does it mean to have low amniotic fluid levels at 20 weeks?
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Have you ever heard of a yeast infection in the crease of a baby's neck? The doctor said my 5-month-old niece has one, and she told my sister to get something for athlete's foot, that this should cure it. But it's not working, and if anything it made it worse. Her neck has become very irritated and has begun to bleed. What can be done?
Read Can a baby get a yeast infection on her neck?
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Toddlers are just starting to explore the world. When it's time to retreat to Mom's lap, rhymes are a wonderful way to reconnect. Finger play lets your little adventurer test her own developing physical skills.
Read Finger Play and action Rhymes for Toddlers
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My 4-year-old daughter seems to have a true body odor when she is hot. I've tried to use a little deodorant and that seems to help, but why does a 4-year-old have body odor? Is this going to be a real problem when she is older and starts to develop?
Read Why does my preschooler have body odor?
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My son just turned 3 months old. He's been eating 8 ounces of formula about every hour to hour and a half and has doubled his birth weight in eight weeks. Because he was eating so frequently and so much, his doctor suggested adding 2 or 3 teaspoons of rice cereal to his formula at each feeding. Now his appetite has increased to 10 ounces every few hours, and I am still feeding him the cereal with the formula. Do I really need to wait until he is older before I try to introduce cereal with a spoon? I don't think he is satisfied after feedings.
Read When can I spoon feed rice cereal to my 3-month-old?
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I want to know some good toys my 11-month-old baby could be playing with to help him learn developmental skills. I read to him all the time, but I know studies show good learning toys also help.
Read What are the best learning toys for my 11-month-old?
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Which foods can help clear up my 17-month-old'sdiarrhea?
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My 6-month-old baby's hair is falling out at the sides and back. What do I do to stop this from happening?
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Pack a bag with a collection of sense-stimulating playthings to take on car trips, visits to the doctor, restaurant jaunts-anytime your baby might appreciate some diversion. Toddlers like this too.
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I found out I am 7 weeks pregnant. I have been a practicing bulimic, bingeing and purging five or six times a day. I continued to do this the first few weeks I was pregnant. Now that I know I'm pregnant, I have gained 10 pounds in two weeks and I am still bingeing and purging once or twice a day. What effect does all of this have on my first baby?
Read What effect does bingeing and purging have on my baby?
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We are currently trying to get our 13-month-old son to eat table food and are having some troubles. He will take the food but then tends to "store" it in his cheeks, not chewing or swallowing it. Once he gets a lot in his mouth he won't eat it or let us try to fish it out of his mouth. We have tried mashing it up, mixing it with soup, and finger pieces to no avail. Is there anything we can do to correct this so that he will eat enough?
Read How can I get my toddler to stop "storing" food in his cheeks?
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I noticed a white cyst or pimple on my son's circumcised penis agaiI noticed a white cyst or pimple on my son's circumcised penis again and am very concerned. He had this once before and it finally came to a head and popped. Is this common? How can I prevent this from happening again?
Read How should I treat a white pimple or cyst on my baby's penis?
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What can I do about my 5-month-old's uneven skin tone?
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Wind Toys

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Children need a variety of outdoor experiences to help them understand the wonders of the natural world. Take advantage of breezy days and capture the wind with a dazzling Wind Wand, a kite, or bubbles.
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To play the Letter Matching Game, start with only the upper case letters. Explore some of the letters with your child. Does he recognize any of them? Can he find the first letter of his name? When he is ready to play, lay out four of his favorite letters, face up. See if he can find the two letters that look the same.
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Blowing Bubbles

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Bubbles are mesmerizing for children of all ages. With minor modifications, you can play bubble games with your child from birth up to preschool-and probably beyond.
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Toilet Targets

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Turn potty training into target practice to liven up the routine.
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Why does my 3-month-old sneeze every day?
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Is it bad to give chocolate to an 8-month-old?
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To play the Letter Matching Game, start with only the upper case letters. Explore some of the letters with your child. Does he recognize any of them? Can he find the first letter of his name? When he is ready to play, lay out four of his favorite letters, face up. See if he can find the two letters that look the same. He can keep the cards he's matched in a pile in front of him.
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Is 3.11 pounds a normal weight for a fetus at 32 weeks' gestation?
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My preemie was born 10 weeks early. He is now 6 weeks corrected. I know they catch up by their second birthday, but at what age do we stop treating him as a preemie?
Read At what age should we stop treating my infant as a preemie?
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Singing or chanting to your child both soothes and comforts him. It's also a powerful means of connecting with him. Sing or chant anytime, anywhere.
Read Finger Play for Young Children
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Animals can be wonderful additions to a household, but they do come with risks and responsibilities. Your question doesn't specify whether you are planning to get a pet to have at home or just want to expose your daughter to different animals. In either case, you don't want to leave an infant or young child alone with any animal even if the animal seems calm and friendly. The sounds and movements children make can sometimes be upsetting to animals. Children are more commonly victims of animal bites than adults. Any animal can potentially be the source of certain germs that could cause illnesses, so careful handwashing if there is contact with any animal is very important.
Read What is the safest pet for an 8-month-old?
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My 22-month-old Caucasian son has a thumb-print-size mole, which is bumped and hairy, on his jawline. At the suggestion of a pediatrician, we are seeing a cosmetic surgeon to see about its removal (the pediatrician cited potential bullying at school later in life as the reason for removal), but I¿m not sure about removing it. I¿d rather he had a mole that may fade than a scar. Is the area likely to scar badly? How traumatic an operation would it be for my son (more traumatic than bullying, which may not occur)? In the meantime, we are very careful to cover the mole with plenty of sunscreen when he is out and to have him wear a brimmed hat in the sun.
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What happens if I accidently get punched in my stomach while pregnant?
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Is my 6-month-old's head-banging habit unusual or harmful?
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Is there any way to get my 11-month-old to sleep more soundly?
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Number Matching Game

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To play the Number Matching Game, lay out four cards, number side up. Start with numbers 1 and 2. See if your child can find the two numbers that look the same. He can keep the cards matched in a pile in front of him. Lay out four more cards and let your child find the numbers that match. When your child is able to match all the cards, you can play a memory game. Turn the cards over. See if your child can remember where each one is!
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What can I do to get my 12-month-old back on track? My mother-in-law spoiled her rotten for a week when visiting and would interrupt my disciplining and say "come to Grandma," take her out of her crib, and let her lay with her for sleeping. Now my daughter won't listen, has tantrums, and cries when she goes in her crib. It is very hard for my daughter to understand, and she is crying due to frustration. Please help! I am trying my best to just go about our regular day and hope she will adjust back to being a happy baby.
Read How do I "unspoil" my 12-month-old after a visit from Grandma?
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Are electric blankets safe for my 1-month-old?
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Almost 30 days after our daughter's birth, we noticed that she has six fingers on the right hand. The doctor calls it an accessory finger -- a twin of the little finger, fully formed with bone and not protruding out in any manner. It looks absolutely normal, which is why we did not notice it in the first month! Is this a common disorder? What is your advice on surgery?
Read Is it common for a baby to have a sixth finger?
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Should I let my newborn sleep through her feeding times, or wake her up?
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Should I lock the door to keep my 3-year-old in bed at bedtime?
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No doubt there are endless ways to give your baby or toddler rides using different parts of your body. This activity has the added benefit of being a stomach crunch for you as well as a fun time for your little one.
Read It's a Bird, It's a Plane...
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Is it normal, at 18 weeks of pregnancy, not to feel movement for a few days?
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Why won't my 3-month-old grandson let me hold him?
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There's nothing ordinary about the humble cardboard box when it comes to opportunities for imaginative play. It can be almost anything your child wants it to be: a car or train, stove or sink, playhouse or store with windows and doors, even a cave for a baby bear.
Read The Extraordinary, Ordinary Cardboard Box
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Is it time to do something about my 20-month-old's undescended testicle?
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How do we eliminate bugs in my 2-year-old's sandbox?
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Are beestings dangerous for a 2-year-old and a 6-month-old?
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Is swallowing toothpaste a problem for a 2-year-old?
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I have good news for you. It is entirely normal for a 1-month-old infant to intermittently cross her eyes, and the vast majority of small infants will do this. The eye crossing happens for a couple of reasons. First, in the womb she obviously had little on which to focus her eyes and, when born, her brain has to learn how to control her eyes to look at things she can now see. As with any learning experience, her brain doesn't get it right initially, and as a result you will periodically see her cross her eyes. Second, she is also in the process of strengthening her eye muscles, and one set of muscles might be stronger at one point than another set.
Read If my 1-month-old crosses her eyes, is this a serious or permanent problem?
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My 14-month-old son has been sleeping in his playpen (with two layers of baby blankets under him) for a few months now. We do have a crib, but my husband started to paint his room and hasn't gotten to finish it. Is it okay for my baby to sleep in the playpen, without the support of a mattress for this amount of time? It may be another two months.
Read Is it okay for my 14-month-old to sleep in his playpen?
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My 10-month-old has become attached to her teddy bear. At what age is it safe to allow her to take it to bed?
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How should we handle our 22-month-old's obsession with the potty?
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Why does my 3-month-old get hot and sweaty when she doesn't have a fever?
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What should I do about dandruff on my baby's head and eyelashes?
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I really understand your frustration with your 4-month-old not tolerating not being swaddled, resulting in her being awake all night. It must be hard on you and your baby to not get much sleep at night. There are at least two things to consider in dealing with this issue. The first relates to the theory of why swaddling helps children go to sleep. It is thought that swaddling replicates the close quarters of the womb and reduces the simulation of both environment and body movement. The challenge you face is not so much "breaking" of her being swaddled but weaning her from it. I would suggest that you gradually reduce the tightness of the swaddling so that the change is not abrupt.
Read Should we be concerned if our 4-month-old won't fall asleep without being swaddled?
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Great question. The problem is there is no perfect scientific study of hGreat question. The problem is there is no perfect scientific study of hair dye use in pregnancy and outcomes for babies.
Read Is it safe to color my hair during pregnancy?
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Newborns don't get very dirty, so it isn't necessary to do a complete bath more than once or twice a week for the first few weeks of life. You do want to keep the diaper area clean and wash your baby's hands and face several times a day. You also want to check the skin folds behind the knees, around the neck and thighs, armpits, and behind the ears as moisture or lint from clothing can collect there.
Read Is it true that newborns do not need to be bathed but only sponged off?
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Will my 6-week-old become sick if I switch from breast milk to formula?
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Will using a computer harm my 3- and 4-year-olds' eyesight?
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Will burning incense or candles in our house harm our 21-month-old?
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Should I give my 4-month-old formula from a dented can?
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How should I treat the small bumps that appear on my 12-month-old's feet?
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Children gain an understanding of letters and numbers by being exposed to them over time. Matching games involving these symbols are a fun and effective way to introduce them to your child.
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How should I treat my 16-month-old's flaking, itchy scalp?
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How can I prevent my 2-week-old from getting hiccups after every meal?
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My 2-year-old daughter has had large, extremely hard BM's for about 11 months. Her pediatrician had me put her on mineral oil for 6 months, but the problem didn't clear up. I went to another pediatrician, who told me that she would have to be on it for 9 months before it cleared up. She will have been on the mineral oil for one year in August, and is still having the same problem. Her pediatrician thinks I am a nutcase, but the stools nearly always have blood on the outside, and she strains so much I am worried for her. Am I just paranoid, or is something else wrong?
Read My 2-year-old daughter has had hard BMs for almost a year. What can I do to remedy them?
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Should I worry about my 1-month-old, who seems to have trouble with gas and bowel movements?
Read Should I worry about my 1-month-old, who seems to have trouble with gas and bowel movements?
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Is it normal for a 20-month-old's back to crack all the time?
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Children love to have a favorite stuffed animal or blanket to sleep with, take in the car, or even cart around on the playground.
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Family Photo Fun

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Turn your family photos into activity cards you can use to entertain your child. Looking at family pictures will not only engage your baby but also help him learn more about his world and the important people in his life.
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Will my 8-week-old be okay if I switch formula brands?
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Is it normal for a 3-month-old to have four teeth?
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Is it safe to use a heating pad for my sore back, at 24 weeks pregnant?
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How can I help my 4-week-old, who has gas?
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Is a year-old car seat safe for a newborn?
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Personal Picture Book

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Why not create a one-of-a-kind picture book with your child? Besides being fun, it fosters language skills as you pore over the pages you assembled together and talk about what you see.
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Baby Talk

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Babies learn to talk by listening, exploring, and responding to the sounds of the world around them. Here are some ways to enhance and motivate your child's language development.
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How can I express more milk from my right breast (I'm breastfeeding my 8-month-old)?
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Inside your kitchen cupboard is a set of instruments just waiting to be played. Disguised as pots and pans, these items are the source of lots of satisfying noise when you and your child bang, clap, shake, strum, and rattle them.
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Why does my 22-month-old have light patches of skin on her body?
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How do I disinfect my daughter's potty chair bowl after each use? She likes to add toys to it sometimes between uses and I don't want her to get sick if she finds them before I do and puts them in her mouth, etc.
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When is it okay to take my 1-month-old on a long trip?
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Create the Arctic and the Tropics in miniature and let your child be the lead explorer of both these new worlds. Whether it's a frozen glacier for polar bears or a balmy paradise for dolphins, constructing tiny dioramas can engage your child in hours of fantasy play.
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Ball Rolling

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Once your baby can sit easily, he'll enjoy the chance to roll a ball back and forth across the floor with you. This is a wonderful first step in taking turns!
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Is roughhousing harmful to our 6-month-old?
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Children enjoy opportunities to take on the real-life tasks they see being performed around them every day. Here's an activity that turns washing dishes into fun.
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What happens if my 1-month-old baby does not always burp after she is bottle-fed?
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Are silicone nipples and soothers better than latex? I am apprehensive about silicone and wonder if there are any potential health problems that can arise with using the silicone instead of the latex. We currently do not have any children but are in the process of adopting.
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Tactile Play Mat

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Stimulate your baby's growing sense of touch by making a tactile activity mat out of textured fabrics. Let him lie on it wearing only his diaper. This mat is a great project for anyone who sews-parent or grandparent, other relative or friend-and is an ideal shower gift.
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Tea Party

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It's time for tea! A pretend tea party gives a child a chance to imitate the adult behavior she observes at home and incorporate it into her play.
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What causes blister-like bumps to appear on and above my 9-month-old's lips?
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At 14 weeks, could I be leaking amniotic fluid?
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A few years ago I saw a tragedy on TV where a baby suffocated in the corner of a fitted sheet that came loose. Shortly thereafter, I saw a demonstration of a fitted sheet that looked like a pillow sham cover. It looked very safe. I'd like to give this to my niece, who's expecting, but I can't find one. Can you help?
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Coloring Pages

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A young baby loves her own reflection and can spend long, pleasurable moments staring at it. At this age, all she needs to have fun with you is a reflective surface...or many. Here are some simple games that focus on mirrors and are sure to captivate your baby's attention.
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Printing Press

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Printing patterns onto paper can be a thoroughly satisfying process. It's fun to search for shapes to print, and the results will thrill your child. Best of all, setting up a home studio requires little more than assembling materials you already have on hand.
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You've probably noticed that your child loves toys that make noise—the louder or more obnoxious (to you, that is) the better. You've also probably noticed that she adores playing hide-and-seek. Combine the two for hours of fun.
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Let's put on a show is a favorite line among children. Here's an easy way to introduce the fun of drama and storytelling.
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Is it my fault that my 5-month-old has ringworm?
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Smiley Toys

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Babies new to the world are just learning how to focus and see images clearly, so they really appreciate the stark color contrast of black against white. These Smiling Faces activity cards are perfect for little ones, because the only thing they like more than black and white is a smiling face!
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Baby Basketball

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The best place to store your baby's toy balls is in a plastic or wicker laundry basket. Not only does this keep them handy, but it can turn cleanup time into a fast-paced game of baby basketball.
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Pounding nails is a delightfully satisfying experience for a very young child. A safe way to support your young carpenter is to create a Styrofoam pounding board into which he can hammer some golf tees.
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Good Sensations

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Babies learn about the world through their senses. Here's an activity that focuses on your newborn's sensitivity to different textures. Introduce him to a variety of cottons, linens, and silks, and watch how he reacts.
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How can I help my 5-week-old, who fights sleep for hours every night?
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Building Box Blocks

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Blocks are the ideal toy for young children, because they can be whatever a child wants them to be. A house, a tower, a city-the possibilities are unlimited. The classic block is a hardwood rectangle, called a unit block, and a set of these is a worthwhile investment. But you can build an inexpensive alternative out of ordinary cardboard boxes.
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Like magpies, babies, toddlers, and preschoolers seem drawn to small, shiny objects. In fact, a cloth bag filled with large buttons was a traditional baby toy in frontier America.
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Mary has a Potty Seat

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It depends on what table food and what baby food you give a child. Baby food manufacturers claim to use pesticide-free fruits and vegetables, use produce that is riper in the field than common store produce, and add no salt or sugar.
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I share your concern about your 6-month-old having pink eye three times at his young age. If the pinkeye is with both eyes all three times it is highly likely that it is infectious. Your baby most likely contracted pinkeye from someone else with the infection, so it would be good to find out if he has been around other people, adults or children, who have had pinkeye recently. Obviously, if this were the case, trying to avoid that exposure in the future would be helpful.
Read How can I prevent recurrent pinkeye infections in my 6-month-old?

Potty Chair My Way

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Let your child take command of the toilet training process by personalizing her own potty.
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At 36 weeks, I'm wondering how a baby in breech position can be turned?
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Wood-burning stoves can be safe but you must follow recommended guidelines carefully.
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Indoor Sandbox

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Most children love playing with sand at the park. But weather may limit the amount of time they get to spend there. Here's a way to bring the sandbox indoors, giving your child the chance to dig, sift, and excavate year-round.
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Bedtime stories are a time-honored tradition, but what many parents don't know is that babies and young children would rather hear even the simplest story about themselves than the most exciting version of The Three Little Pigs. It's no different with singing: Substitute the names of your child and her pals in a favorite song, and it's certain to become a beloved bedtime ritual.
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What should I do when my 13-month-old wakes up, whines, and screams at night?
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The Art of Collage

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Creating a collage involves manipulating, arranging, and sticking various materials and found treasures on a flat surface. It's easy to encourage this rewarding creative process at home. Here's a short guide to getting started.
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Is it a problem if my 10-month-old walks only on her tiptoes?
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When you're pregnant, when does the baby start to hear you?
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Playing In the Rain

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The only ones who enjoy a good rain more than small children may be ducklings. When it pours, seize the day in all its wetness and take advantage of the opportunities for fun it presents.
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I have 10-month-old twin boys. How can I keep them from biting each other while playing together?
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Weather Experiments

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The days may be getting shorter, and you may be spending more time indoors, but that's no reason to stop paying attention to the outside world. In fact, winter weather can be the inspiration for a host of fun activities.
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Any fabric can catch on fire, but some material, such as acrylics, when ignited will melt and stick to a child's body as well.
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Steps to the Potty?

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I have a 9 1/2-month-old, and I am vegetarian (ovo-lacto). How important is it to feed high-protein food to a baby this age, and how often is it needed? There are some days I may make just pasta with not much protein in it. Is that adequate for my child, since he is still drinking lots of formula? Also, how do you rate lentils and beans as everyday sources of protein for a child?
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Make the most of a blustery day by tracking the wind's direction with a homemade wind sock.
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Bathroom Storytime

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Start a "potty library" to keep your child occupied when she complains that "nothing's coming out."
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Doll Bath

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Invite your child to give her doll a bath. She will enjoy playing out a familiar experience-bath time-in a new role as the parent.
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How can I get my 3-month-old to nurse longer than five minutes?
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Sink or Float

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Nurture a young scientist by exploring a scientific concept like buoyancy. Invite your child to sail different objects across a miniature pond. Let her discover which ones sink and which ones float.
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A ramp gives ball play a thrust babies and toddlers can't always provide on their own. Create a ramp yourself, or use the neighborhood slide.
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How much time each day should a 4-year-old be allowed to play on the computer? My son began learning on the computer about two years ago. He is adept at both educational and "arcade" type software; however, I am concerned that he is getting quite addicted. If allowed, he would spend literally all day at the computer. I try to limit his time but I don't know how much time is acceptable (and healthy) for a child his age.
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How should my baby be responding to sounds at 3 months?
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Is teeth grinding while asleep normal for a 3-year-old?
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Do you need to wash new baby clothes? If you don't use them, they resell better with tags. So I was wondering if I needed to prewash all the clothes ahead of time?
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Can putting my 9-month-old baby in a swimming pool be dangerous to her ears, with the chemicals and water getting in them?
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Should I buy a playpen for my 8-month-old?
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Does my 3-month-old daughter need a male role model in the household?
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I have two sons: 19 months and 3 1/2 years old. My older son is starting preschool and I don't think he is getting enough sleep. The children must share a room, and we put them both to bed at 8:15 pm. They then talk, giggle, laugh, and the oldest gets in and out of bed for the next hour or longer. How do we get them to settle down sooner and teach them that bedtime is not playtime?
Read How do I get my 19-month-old and my 3-year-old to go to sleep in a shared bedroom?

Bath Buddies

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Use homemade or store-bought bath puppets to teach your child the importance of washing hands.
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I'm 38 weeks pregnant. I have a really bad cough and cold. What kinds of medicine can I take to help me cope?
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Dreidel Fun

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Backyard Campout

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Even if the only outdoor area to which you have access is a patio or roof deck, you can go on a camping trip that will satisfy your child's desire for adventure—and her taste for toasted marshmallows.
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We have a 4-day-old baby who wants to breastfeed for only about 10 minutes at a time before falling asleep. She keeps waking every hour to feed because she's never full. This has caused a major problem: Her mother isn't getting enough rest, and the baby isn't receiving the nutrition from the "good" part of the milk. A public health nurse suggested that we supplement the breastfeeding with some formula during the late-night feeds. My wife seems to like the idea, but I'm not so enthusiastic. Any suggestions or opinions?
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Could ingesting the finish on a coffee table harm a 9 1/2-month-old?
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Gift-giving season is coming and there's no better way to make it feel personal than to wrap gifts in homemade paper. Your child will feel particularly proud to give a gift wrapped in her own artwork.
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Why have my 13-month-old's sleeping and eating habits changed suddenly?
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From the first day your baby discovers "object permanence"—that an object still exists even when it's hidden and she can't see it—she'll love games that involve things appearing and disappearing. After all, it's exciting to know something's coming but not exactly when. This game plays on a child's natural love of surprise, and it makes bath time fun, too.
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Kids love anything miniature, and this project allows them to create a tiny wintry world. Perfect for a housebound snow day.
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Food Jewelry

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Starting with Cheerios and graduating to licorice rings, kids love to string food to make bracelets, key rings—even a leash for a stuffed pet!
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If I've just gotten my period again, is it okay to continue nursing my 7-month-old?
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What's the best way to coax my 6-month-old into sleeping in his crib rather than his carrier?
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What do you suggest for my 16-month-old's red, cracked thumb
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Our home is heated via wood stove during the winter, but I do not believe that it will keep my 7-month-old son warm enough. Do you know of any testing that has been done on portable heating systems that would be safe in a child's room?
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Am I harming my 3-month-old if I'm breastfeeding and have poor nutrition?
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Is there any way I can prevent my 4-year-old's recurring pneumonia?
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Why does my 5-month-old fuss and kick when I feed him formula?
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My son was born seven weeks early. Will he be a year old on the day he was actually born, or should I wait until the anniversary of his due date to celebrate his birthday? Right now, he's holding on and trying to walk. From all the books I've read, it seems he lags behind others of the same chronological age in reaching this milestone. Is it because he was premature? He weighed 4 pounds, 11 ounces at birth.
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What should I do about red bumps on my 11-month-old's face and arms?
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Mirrors and Windows

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Kids love the satisfaction of wiping the streaks from glass. Here's a fun way to incorporate your child's passion for cleaning into the toilet training process.
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Should I worry that my umbilical cord is missing one blood vessel?
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Before your toddler is ready for traditional puzzles, he needs concrete experience in sorting and matching basic geometric shapes and fitting them into corresponding holes. A shape sorter, one that you either buy or make, gives your child a chance to practice these valuable skills and have a good time in the process.
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Play Dough Play

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The nice thing about play dough is that it's so very responsive to poking, pushing, and rolling. Its pliability is what makes it so popular with young children, and it's a wonderful introduction to working with the more resistant modeling clay. Buy the commercial stuff, or mix a batch of your own.

Play dough is not for eating. Many young children are still finding out about the world by putting things in their mouth. Your first lesson should be simple: Let's just pretend to eat it...like this!
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What will happen if my 2-year-old never eats vegetables?
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How did my 2-year-old get lead poisoning?
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Why is my 3-month-old spitting up so much?
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Is it time to move my 16-month-old from a crib to a bed?
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Is it dangerous for my 5-month-old to sleep with her blanket over her face?
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What are the signs of food allergy in a 4-month-old?
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My 21-month-old doesn't eat solids—can he live on milk alone?
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Is it safe to put our 21-month-old in a crib made in 1975?
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There may or may not be a problem. Newborns sleep 16 to 18 hours a day, so they will be asleep the majority of the time. Children secrete growth factors during sleep, so a lot of rest is good for their growth and weight gain. There may be days of more wakefulness and other times with more sleep. However, newborns need to be fed every two to three hours, and if she is missing feedings there may be a problem.
Read Is it normal for a 2-week-old to sleep all the time and not wake up easily for feedings?
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If your daughter's development is otherwise normal, and she interacts with people in other ways, such as making eye contact, responding to words, and playing, I wouldn't be worried. Some kids are "cuddle bunnies"; others just aren't
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Of course, from a distance it's not possible to really know what's causing your shortness of breath, but I can give you some educated guesses.
Read Could you explain why, at 28 weeks, my lungs are burning all the time?
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My baby is 7 months old and still wakes up to eat every three hours. What can I do to get some rest?
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Shapes

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Print and cut out each shape, then ask your child to color, trace, and copy each one so he gets a feel for the different shapes.
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While I was pregnant it was discovered that I had melanoma. It was removed while I was 2 months pregnant. Can I pass this to my child? She has a couple of spots that make me nervous.
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Could my 3-year-old's visitation schedule with her father be affecting her sleep habits?
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Is it dangerous for my baby to play with magazines?
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We are currently renovating the room that will be the baby's nursery. I have heard that it is not good to lay new carpet, that there are some hazards associated with this. Is this true? Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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I love watching 6-month-olds who grab everything in sight and examine everything they can. I think babies like the sounds that paper makes as you crumple and tear it.
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Nothing beats a baby’s smile

Your child is always learning from you, even when you’re brushing your teeth! With Crest & Oral-B Pro-Health Stages, you and your little one can practice proper dental care together.
Dental care for new moms: It’s a must!

Dental care for new moms: It’s a must!

For moms-to-be, oral care is key to preventing gingivitis—the inflammation of gums. Thanks to Crest® and Oral-B® Pro-Health™ products, prevention can be a breeze*.
Peace of mind protection

Peace of mind protection

Whether you're an expectant mom or need some extra protection post-delivery, Always Liners and Pads provide all the coverage you need!
For a gentle clean!

For a gentle clean!

Find out why Ivory, made of 99.4% pure soap ingredients, is recommended by 4 out of 5 moms!
Wrap your little one in comfort and protection

Wrap your little one in comfort and protection

With its quilted, blanket-like comfort, Pampers Swaddlers is our softest diaper. Plus, its color-changing wetness indicator helps you know when baby needs a change.
A gentle clean for sensitive skin

A gentle clean for sensitive skin

Pampers Sensitive Wipes are dermatologist tested and clinically proven mild. Our hypoallergenic and perfume free formula won’t irritate baby’s soft skin.
Give noses some extra love

Give noses some extra love

Puffs is dermatologist tested to be gentle on skin to give even the littlest noses some extra TLC.
Wave bye-bye to household germs

Wave bye-bye to household germs

Babies can’t help but grab everything in sight; so keep your home clean with Bounty® DuraTowel™. They’re 3X cleaner than regular dishtowels, so you can rest easy as your baby plays freely.
Find a detergent as gentle as your touch

Find a detergent as gentle as your touch

Looking for a formula that’s tough on stains but soft on baby’s skin? For 75 years, Dreft has helped moms lovingly wash away splotches and spills on their little ones’ littlest clothes.