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Understanding Baby’s Developing Vision

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Understanding your baby’s developing vision is critical as a parent and here’s why… Baby’s First Blinks The second Baby is born, his vision kicks in and his visual development begins. At birth, your baby’s eyes have the visual acuity of 20/400, but his rapidly developin ...

Reading

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When and how can I teach my toddler to read? The truth is, right now you really can’t. Children usually don’t start reading before the age of 5 or 6, and for good reason. Researchers believe that until that age, most children have not yet formed certain neural connections that allow them ...

Nutrition

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Nutritional Needs of Infants In the first few years, your child has specific nutritional needs to ensure his/her growth. Human milk and infant formula have all the nutrients your baby needs for the first 6 months – protein, fats, carbohydrate, vitamins and minerals. Human milk contains additio ...

Crawling

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“What do you mean Fletcher’s not crawling yet?” I’d been waiting to put my son on the swings at Mommy & Me, and another mom had overheard me bemoaning his steadfast refusal to move under his own power. “He’s 8 1/2 months and still not crawling?& ...

Baby Milestones

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Baby Milestones & Activities to Enhance Baby’s Physical Development: 0-3 months old Touch Your BabyIt builds your connection with your child and stimulates her to move those parts of her body that are touched. Give her hugs and kisses and blow raspberries on her stomach. Give Your Bab ...

Educate - Don't Stagnate