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Your Baby is Learning Newer Words

Your baby is forty weeks old. And he's talking! Along with his favorite "Dada" and "Mama", new words are now creeping into his vocabulary. He will probably have added at least a couple of simple 'words' such as "bada", (to mean bottle) or "gamma" (to mean grandma) and will continue to add more.

Tot Lok magnetic locking system

The Tot Lok magnetic locking system helps you keep household cabinets and drawers locked and out of the reach of inquisitive toddlers. This starter set includes two locks and one key and comes along with mounting instructions.

Should You Worry About Your Baby’s Flat Feet?

The condition of flat feet is characterized by the lack of a normal arch formation in either or both of feet. Flat feet in babies is usually not a matter of concern as most babies have flat feet until the age of two years. Typically, a child’s feet start developing a normal arch by the time the child learns to walk. In very rare instances, the ...read more

Speak with Signs

Infants often use nonverbal gestures to communicate with their parents. Recent research has shown that very young children have the ability to understand language on a pre-verbal level. However, since their vocal abilities are not fully developed, they are unable to express their needs and desires. Across the world, parents and teachers are incr ...read more

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