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Your Baby is Starting To Speak

Your child is twenty-six weeks old. His early attempts at speaking would by now have been refined so that he has probably mastered the two words that comprise his world, "mama" and "dada." This is actually an important stage in his development that will set the stage for mastery of verbal communication later on.

Infant Oral Care Set

This 6 Piece Infant Oral Care Set will help you to take care of your child's complete oral hygiene, from teething to brushing as well as instill good dental hygiene habits in him.

How You Can Ease the Transition from Your Bed to a Crib – Without Traumatizing Your Baby

If you have been co-sleeping with your baby, at some point or the other you may decide to shift your baby to a crib. However, since your baby will already be accustomed to sleeping in your bed, this may not be easy. Here are ways in which you can help to ease this transition for your baby: Let your baby sleep separately during the day: Start b ...read more

Talk with your Baby

Talking to babies is one way to help their speech development. They may not understand much of what you say to them yet. However, the important thing is they will be listening to you. These are tips to help you talk to your baby: Always address your baby by name. Introduce a few words and use them frequently. Speak slowly and pronounce the wo ...read more

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