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Your Baby Bores Easily

Your baby is fifty weeks old. Often he’ll surprise you with his ability to learn newer things. At the same time you may worry about his inability to retain everything he learns. This is quite normal, however, and is usually because children at this age have a very short attention span. They require newer forms of stimulation to keep them intere ...read more

Chicco Flip ‘N Play Smart Table

The Chicco Flip 'N Play Smart Table has features to help your child learn through play. An electronic activity side features three play modes with sounds, rhythms and musical melodies for your child to enjoy. Turning the table top over provides a building block base to build on using the included building blocks.

How Easy Is It to Improve Your Baby’s Table Manners?

Babies can act like cavemen at the dinner table and be perfect savages even at their own birthday party. They will do it when they are angry; they do it to show their love. Reasons aside, teaching them proper table manners will be the first step towards the lifelong discipline and etiquette that should sooner—not later—be second nature to you ...read more

Play with your Twelve Month Old Baby

At this age, babies are beginning to expand their horizons to recognize logical sequences in events. This means that they will start enjoying games with regard to their structure, goals and ends. It’s really fun to watch as they start pulling things back and taking pleasure in responding to positive events like completing a task. As a parent conc ...read more

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