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When Should My Baby Start Talking?

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A baby talking on the phone. Your baby will start saying their first words or imitate your vocal patterns around one year of age.
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When Should My Baby Start Walking?

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Most babies start to walk around 13 months, but your baby may start walking as early as 9 or 10 months or as late as 15 or 16 months. Some babies go from cruising the furniture to walking rather quickly and other babies learn to walk at a little slower pace. The pace at which babies learn to walk will
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Your Baby's Fourth Month

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Your baby is getting a little more expressive. She is much more social than she was just a month ago. She looks around, holds her head up well, and is more alert and aware of her surroundings now. She continues to grow at a steady pace, gaining about 4-7 oz per week. By the end of her fourth month
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Your Baby's Ninth Month

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Your baby is inching closer to his first birthday. At nine months the average baby weighs around 19-20 lbs and is about 27 ½ to 28 inches long. If your baby was a little chunkier, he may have slimmed down a little now that he's crawling and more active. You probably have a regular sleep routine for
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