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We’ve all heard the saying, “kids grow up so fast.” Well, it’s true! One day all they can do is lay around and eat. Then, before you know it, you’re chasing them around the house trying to keep them out of harm’s way. Even within the first two months they go through so many critical […]

New baby’s growth in the first two months!

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When a baby is born it doesn’t seem like they have much interest in anything besides eating and pooping. In fact, babies are born to play, and the sooner you start interacting with them, the sooner you can help them perfect those natural abilities. They will shine through soon enough! There are a ton of […]

Teach your newborn how to play!

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When your baby is all tucked away in your womb he can hear the sound of your voice and make out other noises, but might not be able to hear exactly what you’re saying. He is too busy growing to understand the world yet. Babies ears are well-developed at birth, but it can take up […]

Newborn’s hearing milestones

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  Let’s face it ladies, when the baby comes mom pretty much runs the show. Dad is there to support you and your new addition. Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of things Dad can do to sneak in some bonding time, but the majority of the time it’s the mom and baby show. […]

Mother’s intuition is real!

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If your little one is crying there are only so many things she could be crying about. She is either hungry, tired, has a dirty diaper, or a combination of all three. Once you spend more time with her you will start to recognize each cry or whimper that will tell you exactly what it […]

Newborn’s reflexes and natural instincts

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