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Your Baby is Learning to Interact with You

Your baby is eleven weeks old. Along with his physical prowess, his reasoning and comprehension faculties are also developing side by side. Turning to you when you address him, shaking a rattle or a toy to bring out sound - these are different ways in which he learns to respond to, and control, his external environment.

Babies Love Mozart

Babies Love Mozart is a collection of select piano pieces chosen for their clarity of expression, with clearly stated melodies and harmonies. A great way to increase overall intelligence in your baby.

Thumb Sucking: Should you Encourage or Discourage it in your Baby?

Most babies and young children tend to suck their thumbs. While you may be concerned about your child’s habit, it is actually quite harmless. Here are a few facts about thumb sucking: Babies are born with the urge to suck their thumbs. It is a natural reflex on their part. It helps them relieve stress and remain calm. It leads to the relea ...read more

Take Cues from your Baby

Most parents know it when their babies are trying to communicate with them. Even simple gestures and gurgles can be quite expressive and often the message is strong and clear. Here are some situations where it may help to take cues from your children: Hunger: Most parents worry whether their babies are getting enough food. Every time the baby c ...read more

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