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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. Read How to Best Photograph Your Baby
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 Learn which outdated tips you can ignore.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
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
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
With a little tender loving care, your baby's umbilical cord area will heal and you'll see the world’s cutest belly button! Learn the ins and outs of baby skin care for your infant’s umbilical stump. Read Caring for Your New Baby's Belly Button
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. Read Four Favorite Count-With-Baby Rhymes
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
My in-laws are on me about reading to my son. This started when he was 2 weeks old. He is now 6 1/2 weeks and I'm still getting asked this question at least once a week. What is a good time to start reading? I am singing, talking, playing, etc. Read When should I start reading to my baby?
Our clever newborns quickly figure out that sucking on their fingers is soothing when they're upset. We can help comfort our babies, too, by rocking them, swinging them in a swing, or carrying them in a front pack. Get more comfort tips. Read Soothing Sucking and Other Comfort Measures
It's time for your baby's 1-month checkup. At this appointment, your provider will check your baby's growth and ask about how your baby is eating and sleeping. Find out more about the 1-month visit. Read Well Baby Visit: 1 Month
Your baby may be working on a new skill — rolling over. Rolling is the first way babies learn to change their position by themselves. While side to back usually occurs before back to side, either way, it's fun to watch! Learn more. Read Rock and Rolling
Your baby loves human touch, just like the rest of us. Gently touching and even massaging your baby can be a wonderful way to promote a feeling of security and protection. Here, some tips on giving a baby rubdown. Read on. Read Reach Out and Touch Someone
Is it time to choose day care for your baby? Feel free to take your time as you visit each setting, and to ask lots of questions. We also suggest checking on the licensing and the staff-to-child ratio at each facility. Get more tips. Read Day Care Decisions
Our babies love to be touched, and gentle massage can be very soothing. If you have a preemie, you may be interested in learning how massage techniques can be adapted for your baby. Find out more about infant massage. Read Adapting Massage Movements For Preemies
Ready for your first family trip? We'd like to offer these suggestions: Have your baby sleep in the baby bed for a few nights before the trip, to get used to it. Also, bring plenty of water (for you) and lots of baby wipes. Learn more. Read On the Go: Traveling With Your Baby
Part of each wellness visit is to plot your baby's growth on a percentile chart. Over time, you and your health care provider will be able to see if your child is growing at the expected rate. Use our charts to track your child's growth. Read Your Baby's Growth Chart
Did you know that our babies have different cries for hunger, pain, and mild discomfort? And even one for boredom? Luckily, there are some clues that may help you figure out what your baby needs. Learn more about decoding baby cries. Read Identifying Your Baby's Cries
It's the end of the day, and everyone is tired (make that exhausted!). But getting our little ones to settle down and fall asleep can be tricky. Find out how to set up an effective bedtime routine. Read Bedtime Rituals That Work
Does your baby have colic right now? The good news is that carrying your baby in the early weeks of life may help limit the duration of crying spells later on. So, time to grab your baby and cuddle like crazy! Learn more. Read The Hands-On Approach to Colic
Unfortunately, all babies cry. It's the only option babies have when they need to wind down. Still, it's hard not to feel as if we're doing something wrong, or not doing something we should. Get some advice on coping with crying. Read Coping With Crying
Did you know that the road to reading starts pretty early? Babyhood is when our kids start to acquire a love of stories and an interest in words. Read on to pick up some easy ways to nurture the joy of reading. Read Ready to Read: Literacy Tips for Babies
Babies communicate their needs and pleasure through their behavior. They 'talk' with their bodies even before they learn words. Because each baby is unique, you will want to discover your baby's preferences. You can do this through trial and error. Read Talking to Your Baby
Babies don't take up much room, but their stuff sure does! Here's are a few tips to help determine what your baby really needs from those first few weeks to the first birthday and beyond. Check out these guidelines for choosing baby gear. Read Kid Stuff: Age-Appropriate Gear and Toys
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the abrupt, unpredictable death of a baby that remains unexplained after a complete investigation and autopsy. Also known as crib death because it happens while a baby is napping or asleep at night, SIDS is a leading cause of death among infants over 1 month old. About 5,000 infants lose their lives from this each year. It most often strikes in the first four months of life, usually in the fall, winter, and early spring. Read All About SIDS