Between 3 and 4 months, most infants can squeal with delight and laugh out loud. Babies will start to open and shut their fists, opening up new possibilities….

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Honey can be a nice addition to your baby’s diet, but it’s important to wait until after 12 months of age. Foods to avoid include liquid honey, whether…

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Many infants will spit up a little after some — or even all — feedings or during burping because their digestive tracts are immature. That’s perfectly normal. As…

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The American Academy of Pediatrics says bathing a baby too often can not only dry out their skin but strip their skin of necessary bacteria that ward off…

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How should I organize my house before having a baby? Organizing Your House Before Baby Arrives Stock Up On Diapering Supplies. Go to Sam’s Club and stock up…

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We’ve started feeding our baby rice cereal. I try to make small amounts and make more if he needs it, but sometimes I make too much. I understand…

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It’s a game for them. Babies also are developing something called object permanence, says McArdle. … That’s because up until around 6 months, babies don’t realize that things…

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