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Your Baby May Take Time to Master Walking

Your baby is forty-six weeks old. If, unlike some babies at this age, your baby has not yet begun to walk, there’s no need for concern. Babies vary as to the age at which they attain milestones and it’s nomal for your baby not to begin walking until he is 14 to 16 months old.

Safety 1st Grip ‘N’ Go Folding Walker

The Safety 1st Grip 'N' Go Folding Walker has light up toys and sounds that entertain your baby while he learns to walk. It is adjustable to three heights and has gripping handles and safe-grip strips for stability on uneven surfaces.

Is Your Baby’s Chipped Tooth a Major Cause for Concern?

As your baby scrambles around like a little monkey around the house, it is possible that he or she will fall and chip a tooth. Babies have delicate milk teeth that can easily break or chip. However, since these are only “milk" or baby teeth, it’s not cause for major concern. In case of an emergency, a dentist should determine whether a nerve ha ...read more

Help your Baby Speak Better

Speech development in babies is a complex and gradual process that continues even after the infant has actually spoken his or her first words. You can accelerate your baby’s speaking abilities by introducing some simple exercises in its playtime. Here are some interesting exercises that could help your baby speak better: Imitate the sound that ...read more

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