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Baby Speech Delays: Guide to Helping Late Talkers

By Laura Leavitt

mom reading book to toddler There is a range of normal times to begin speaking, but active parental involvement can move the process along at any stage.
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Baby Teeth Development: Order of Baby Teeth Eruption

By JustMommies staff

Your baby’s teeth begin forming while your baby is still in the womb, but you probably won’t see your baby’s first tooth until he is about six months. Your baby was born with a full set of primary teeth, also known as baby teeth. Even though you can’t see his baby teeth, they are there waiting
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Best Apps for Babies and Toddlers

By Laura Leavitt

baby holding phone with picture of himself Occasionally using a computer or phone to help your baby to sleep, play, or have fun is a great plan for today's parents.
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Best Apps for Babies and Toddlers

By Laura Leavitt

baby holding phone with picture of himself Occasionally using a computer or phone to help your baby to sleep, play, or have fun is a great plan for today's parents.
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Developmental Milestones and Preemies

By Patty Malowney

premature baby in incubator Preemie babies need a little extra time, but with a little patience, you will see your baby grow.
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How Talking to Your Baby Helps With Learning

By Laura Leavitt

Mothers playing with babies in nursery Even when they can't talk back, baby is learning by listening!
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Six Reasons to Read Out Loud to Your Baby

By Laura Leavitt

mom reading a board book to her baby Do babies need books? Newborns can’t follow a plotline, understand character development or even focus on pictures well. Is there a point in reading to your baby? Studies show a resounding ‘Yes’! Just as lullabies offer a soothing connection and comfort for infants, so can the regular habit of
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Six Reasons to Read Out Loud to Your Baby

By Laura Leavitt

mom reading a board book to her baby Do babies need books? Newborns can’t follow a plotline, understand character development or even focus on pictures well. Is there a point in reading to your baby? Studies show a resounding ‘Yes’! Just as lullabies offer a soothing connection and comfort for infants, so can the regular habit of
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Speech & Language Development: The First Year

By Teresa Redmond

baby talking From the moment your child is born she is learning how to communicate with you. In fact, her ears are developed enough to begin hearing and listening as early as the fourth month of pregnancy. As a new mother or even an experienced mother you may have questions about your child's speech and language
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Teething Symptoms

By JustMommies staff

How will you recognize the signs that your baby is cutting his or her primary teeth (the first 20 teeth)? And, how will you ease the discomforts that come with teething – for your little one and you? Know the Timing for Teething You’ve probably heard that primary teeth can start developing as early
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