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Your Baby is Growing New Teeth

Your baby is twenty-four weeks old. By now he's not only crawling with abandon, but has also probably also started sprouting his first teeth. Try teaching him to sit properly. Making him practice it is a good way to strengthen his back and thigh muscles.

Restore & Restyle Natural Non-Convertible Crib

The Restore & Restyle Natural Non-Convertible Crib blends comfort and security for your baby with a classic style and a rich natural finish and is made to hold most standard mattresses. 

Does Disrupted Sleep in Your Toddler Signify a Sleep Disorder?

As they grow, babies change their sleeping pattern to take shorter and fewer naps during the day. Most babies naturally adapt their habits to suit these changes in their sleep schedules. However, sleep disorders are quite common in babies and infants and these can interfere with the baby’s ability to sleep soundly. If your baby has a sleep pat ...read more

Teach your Baby to Use a Sippy Cup

A good way to teach a baby to drink from a glass would be to introduce a sippy cup. However, for a baby who has been exclusively breast or bottle-feeding, learning to drink from a sippy cup may be a big step forward. It is important that you accustom your child to accept a sippy cup gently and gradually. With a little time and patience, your ba ...read more

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