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These children’s books, published in 2011, were chosen as “best for babies” in 2012 by a panel of librarians, teachers, early childhood experts, and parents.
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These diaper bags aren't just pretty; they're practical, too!
A baby who resists or refuses nursing may be reacting to common, treatable conditions.
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InfantSEE provides professional eye care for infants at no cost, regardless of family income or insurance.
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When conflict arises over sharing a toy, try the five-minute rule.
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