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Your Baby Can Sit Without Support

Your baby is eighteen weeks old. Around this age he may be able to sit up without  support. This is actually an important step forward in his development, that will pave the way towards greater independence.  Enthusiastic applause on your part whenever you see him doing so will encourage him to repeat his performance.

Evenflo Triumph Deluxe Covertible Car Seat

The Evenflo Triumph Deluxe Covertible Car Seat can be used right from infancy to toddler stages. It provides extra cushioning for your child's head, hip seats and thighs and also has adjustable infant body pillow, hip roll, infant head support, toddler head pillow, and harness covers.

What Can You Do about a Baby Who Just Cannot Adjust to Driving in a Car?

While many infants are comfortable traveling in a car, there are exceptions. A baby who just refuses to adjust to the car seat can be a major source of anxiety. Here are some ways in which you can cope with the situation: At least for the time being, try to reduce the times when you need to take your child out by car. Try to divert your chil ...read more

Calculate your Baby’s Development

Growing babies usually follow a good curve. However, there may be periods when you will notice 'spurts' or 'dips.' As your baby's development is dependent on a number of complex factors, this is not usually a cause for worry. Here is a chart that indicates the height and weight development of your baby*. Consult your doctor if you have concerns ...read more

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