Baby Behavior: 12 Months to 24 Months

Your infant will be entering toddlerhood by his second birthday, his progress seen on charts at the pediatrician’s office. But he’ll grow behaviorally as well. Here are some highlights of baby behavior to expect in months 12 through 24! Baby’s Second Year: Sleep “In the second year of life, children should be sleeping a total…

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Tips for Getting Through the Drooling Stage

Babies drool. It’s a fact of life for all parents of infants. But there are times when it seems to run like a faucet, leaving clothes and bedding a mess. What’s all that drool about? What causes it and when should you be concerned? What It Is “Drool, or saliva, is important to the digestive…

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How to Relieve Baby’s Teething Pain

You’ve survived sleep deprivation and the “new parent jitters,” and finally your baby is sleeping through the night, sort of. Now, a new issue has reared its ugly head: teething. When Baby’s first teeth begin to “come in,” most feel a certain amount of discomfort as the teeth push their way through the gums. What…

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Baby Burping Basics: Getting the Gas Out of Baby

By Alexandria Powell It’s been a few years since Karen Ray’s children needed burping, but she remembers those days well. “I got the best burping results by setting the baby on my knee, with the infant leaning into my left arm and my thumb and forefinger holding along the jaw line to help brace the…

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Baby Checkups: What to Expect at the Doctor’s Office

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggests that babies begin following a regular schedule of checkups (or well-baby visits) within 24 hours of birth. The check-ups should continue every couple of months as recommended by your doctor. But the first few weeks with a newborn can be filled with uncertainty. Is Baby eating enough? Sleeping…

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Swimming Safely for Kids

Not many kids would turn down an invitation for a mid-afternoon swim on a hot, sunny day. But, a fun day in the pool could turn tragic if safety is not a factor in their afternoon plans. According to the U.S. Lifesaving Association, drowning is the third leading cause of unintentional death in the United…

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How to Finger Yourself Properly

This article is meant to help women everywhere learn their bodies and how to give extreme pleasure to yourself using your fingers with some additional vibrating toys for very extreme super orgasms. I know women around the world want to feel extreme pleasure using their own fingers and there are a lot of women who…

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Why your Eyelids get Heavy When you are Tired

Most people will have noticed that when they are tired, their eyelids will start to droop and it can take a fair amount of concentration to ensure that eyes are kept open. This can be difficult after a long day; even more so if there has been a period of late nights, early mornings and…

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