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What Newborn See in First Days What Newborn See in First Days
A young baby is aware of a lot more then we used to think in the past. In fact some of the capabilities of very young children are astonishing.
Going Back to Work When You're Nursing Going Back to Work When You're Nursing
If you're planning to return to work after your baby is born, you may be concerned about managing both effectively. Many women do continue nursing even after they go back to work.
Teething Teething
Teething is when a baby’s teeth begin to push through the gums. These teeth begin to appear as early as three months of age in humans, or as late as a year.
Types of Baby Shoes Types of Baby Shoes
There are beautiful baby shoes that are covered in lace or leather, making the tiny baby look elegant and fancy.
Baby Sleep Baby Sleep
Comfortable time and place for your baby sleeping

Bringing Your Baby Home Bringing Your Baby Home
Whether your baby comes home from the hospital right away, arrives later (perhaps after a stay in the neonatal intensive care unit), or comes through an adoption agency, the homecoming of your little one is a major event you've probably often imagined. Of course, it may or may not turn out to be what you'd expected. Read on to find out how to be prepared in any situation.
Sleep and Your Newborn Sleep and Your Newborn
Newborn babies don't know the difference between day and night yet - and their tiny stomachs don't hold enough breast milk or formula to keep them satisfied for very long. They need food every few hours, no matter what time of day or night it is.

Cosleeping and Your Baby Cosleeping and Your Baby
The image of a baby and parent dozing off together isn't an uncommon one. But the practice of cosleeping, or sharing a bed with your infant, is controversial in the United States. Supporters of cosleeping believe that a parent's bed is just where an infant belongs. But is it safe?
Interacting With Your Newborn Interacting With Your Newborn
There are specific techniques for adjusting to your newborn. Comforting and soothing will occupy most of the parent's time the first few weeks.
Initial Care Initial Care
Immediately after a baby is born, the doctor or nurse gently clears mucus and other material from the mouth, nose, and throat with a suction bulb.

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