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Play with your Nine-month Old Baby

Your nine-month-old has now probably started to crawl or actually walk. This stage marks an important transition from the infant to the toddler stage. Children at this age love to learn and are eager to show off their new skills to family members. As a parent, you need to continue playing with your child to foster continued physical and mental de ...read more

Your Baby is Developing the Ability to Grip

Your baby is thirty-six weeks old. By now he should have developed the 'pincer' grip that will enable him to use the thumb and fore finger to pick up small objects with precision. This will also offer him added independence during his feeding sessions, something that he is sure to appreciate.  

Moonlight Bear: Kaloo

Moonlight Bear: Kaloo's unique design incorporates a soft cotton velour bear with a removable silicone rechargeable soft light. Your baby will be comforted in its presence at night, while older children can carry it along for comfort and security.

Is it Normal for Your Baby to Suddenly Develop Shyness?

Shyness is a normal response seen in infants to an overwhelming social experience. Such children may or may not retain this behavior for life. Remember that shyness is not abnormal and is a phase of the development process. Ensure that your baby is not experiencing severe discomfort or fear in new situations. Causes While there is no known caus ...read more

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