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Babies

Age 4-14 months

Your baby is growing up! How did that breath-taking newborn become such an adorable bundle of energy and fun? And you, how did you get to be such a confident parent, knowing -- at least most of the time -- how to comfort your baby, feed her, connect with her?

Your adoration of your baby means she wants to please you, which means a happy child who cooperates even as she heads into her second year. And the intimate connection you've created with your baby lays the foundation for a rewarding parent-child relationship for the rest of her life.

Next on the agenda: sitting up, crawling, and walking, all in short order.


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Positive Parenting Your Baby: Your Game Plan

A simple gameplan to make your life easier when you've got only three minutes to read before your baby wakes up.

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Teaching Your Baby to Put Himself to Sleep

Here's how to teach your baby something priceless -- that when she finds herself half-awake in her crib, it's safe to go back to sleep.

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Feeding Your Baby

When to start solid foods and which ones to try first? Follow your baby's cues.

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19 Ways To Keep Your Baby or Toddler Happy During Diaper Changes

Your son is old enough to want to be more in charge of his body and his time. He doesn't want an adult to swoop in and disrobe him when he's busy with something. Here's what you can do.

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What's Best for Baby Brain Development?

A baby's brain doesn't need sensory bombardment; she'll find plenty to stimulate her cognitive development in the activities of daily life.

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Secure Attachment: The Research

Decades of research show that as securely attached babies get older, they form better relationships, have higher self esteem, are more resilient under stress, and more!

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