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Speak to your baby

Your baby is seven weeks old. As he explores his capacity to move his hands and feet, you will find his movements becoming more confident and deliberate. Even though he won't understand you yet, continue speaking to him as much as you can. Listening to you will help him develop his ability to speak.

First Years Fold & Go Auto Diapering Station

The First Years Fold & Go Auto Diapering Station helps you change diapers quickly and easily. The one piece design with storage pockets makes it a great alternative to a diaper bag.

What you Need to Know about SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) and How To Protect Your New Baby

Sudden Infant Death syndrome (SIDS) is defined as the sudden, unexplained death of an infant, and is the one of the main causes of death among infants between a month and a year. SIDS is said to occur only when no possible explanation can be found even after: Autopsy Examination of the place where the death occurred Review of medical history o ...read more

Help your Child Cope with Colic

Colic is a health condition characterized by long and repeated bouts of crying seen in otherwise healthy infants. The causes of colic are not known, and though some believe that there is no such thing as colic, acute abdominal pain is believed to cause the symptoms. While all infants cry, babies are said to be colicky if they cry for more than thr ...read more

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