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My mother thinks I should put crib bumpers in my baby’s crib so he doesn’t hit his head on the wooden slats and hurt himself. Is she right?

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Turns out that car safety goes beyond purchasing the most secure infant car seat there is. Take these crucial steps to ensure baby safety in your vehicle.
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My 4-week-old daughter loves to stare at bright lights. Is this harmful to her eyes? How far away from the light should she be?
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I have a 10-week-old baby boy and my husband wants to take him on his six-mile routine run with a jogger. Please advise whether this is safe for my baby.
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Sometimes I have to dance/bounce around briskly in order to get my 1-month-old to fall asleep. Is this damaging to her delicate head, even with my arms supporting her?
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I have a concern / question about bumper pads. My 5-month-old son woke up crying because he had pushed his head underneath the bumper pads. I immediately took them off because of my concern for his safety. The pads do not tie at the bottom, only the top. Please assure me I did the right thing. Now I'm concerned about him bumping his head.
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At what age is it considered safe to pierce my 2-month-old daughter's ears? Where do you recommend I take her to have it done (I'm a little "iffy" on taking her to the mall)?
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At 4 months, babies still need to be put to sleep on their back. This helps protect against SIDS, sudden infant death syndrome. Other precautions we can take include keeping pillows and fluffy bedding out of the crib. Get more tips.
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Many parents worry about their child's language development: "Is she on track?" "How can I help him learn?" "Will he be left behind?" But the truth is, you don't need flashcards or fancy electronic "teaching toys" to help children learn language. You just need to talk with them.
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When our little ones get sick or become injured, we want to help them, of course. And to do that we'll probably need some supplies on hand. Use this handy checklist to stock your first aid kit or medicine cabinet
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Pools, lakes, oceans, and water parks can be lots of fun for families. But having fun safely is possible only when parents are alert to potential dangers-and that means paying constant attention to your kids when they are in or around water.
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Your baby will arrive any day now! Do you have a car seat picked out and ready to go? These handy guidelines may help you make your selection. Learn more about car seats and safety for your smallest passenger.
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Our little ones keep growing and finding new ways to move around and explore. That means we may need to adapt our babyproofing and safety routines at different ages and stages. Learn more about age-based safety guidelines.
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