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Your Baby will Grow at His Own Pace

Your baby is  twenty-eight weeks old. While you may expect - even wish - that your baby's progress confirms to a well-defined sequence of stages, in reality no such standard exists. Most babies' growths follow highly individual paths and there is simply no point comparing one to the other. Having said that, should you have any doubts ab ...read more

Robeez Butterfly Shoes

The Robeez Butterfly Shoes with soft flexible soles are specially meant for your baby's delicate feet. They are easy to slip-on, have a stay-on elastic ankle band and skid resistant soles, and are washable by hand or machine.

Autism: Identifying it Early Can Improve Your Child’s Chances for Treatment

The World Health Organization (WHO) and American Psychological Association recognize autism as a developmental disability resulting from disorders of the central human nervous system. Though the most apparent signs of autism in children are visible at two or three years of age, parents should also be wary of symptoms of this disorder in their infan ...read more

Buy your Baby’s First Shoes

Making your toddler, who is just learning to walk, wear shoes or any protective gear is no child's play! Refusal to wear shoes has several possible reasons and is characterized by the following: Conflict of Interests: Parents force their toddlers to wear shoes. Children at this age view this as unnecessary, and try to assert their own identit ...read more

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