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    Umbilical Cord Care For Your Baby

    The umbilical cord keeps a baby connected to its mother when she is pregnant. It supplies blood from mother to baby via the placenta, and when the baby is fully grown the umbilical cord will be around ¾ of an inch (approx 2 cm) in diameter and 20 inches (approx 50 cm long). Newborn cord
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    When Do Babies Start Teething?

    Baby teething tends to put a lot of new parents into a spin. But there is no need for you to be anxious about this. It is a perfectly normal part of your baby’s development. You do need to be aware that teething in babies can cause pain and discomfort for your little one, but
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    Planning A Baby Routine That Will Benefit You

    If you do not have a baby schedule that you stick to you will be letting your newborn “walk all over you”. This means that they will do what they like whenever they feel like it. They will sleep all day and cry all night. This will be a lot of stress for you but
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    Doing The Right Preschool Prep Will Ensure A Smooth Transition To Child Care

    You want your baby to attend a daycare or preschool but you are extremely anxious about the whole thing. You have visions of your child screaming and crying uncontrollably as you say goodbye to them on their first day of preschool. You know that toddler daycare is the right thing to do but you are
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    Dealing With Baby Reflux

    If you believe that your child is suffering from baby acid reflux there are several things that you can do to help them. A lot of new parents will panic at the first sign of acid reflux in babies, but you need to keep a cool head and act upon the advice in this article