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Your Baby is Learning to Grasp

Your baby is eight weeks old. By now his ability to focus on an object and follow it with his gaze will have developed; you can help him by dangling colorful objects such as toys in front of him and then moving them around slowly to gauge his responses. He may also be developing his capacity to grasp with his fingers, so you'll need to keep a wat ...read more

The Infant Stim Mobile

The award winning Infant Stim Mobile introduces your baby to simple shapes and movements. 10 reversible cards allow you to arrange patterns ranging from simple to complex and engage the attention of your baby and stimulate his development.

Giving Your Baby’s First Shots: All You Need to Know About It

Babies usually make their first visit to the hospital by the age of two months. Even if your baby appears healthy, it is important for you to make an appointment for a routine checkup. Visits to the doctor are also necessary to protect the babies from several infectious diseases by using vaccine suitable for their age. By the age of two months, ch ...read more

Bring up your Baby

Infants at the age of two months tend to show the following signs of development: They can recognize you. They take interest in different objects, toying with them at times. They become good observers. They scream and smile a lot. They display different emotions such as anxiety and excitement, which they try to vocalize. Some babies tend to ...read more

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