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Baby Wearing: The Art and Science of Carrying Your Baby - Part Two

This article covers topics such the baby wearing father -- becoming a shareholder, other baby wearers, baby wearing and baby-sitters, baby wearing by siblings, baby wear in day care, and a multitude of other topics. More to follow in Part Three.

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Baby Wearing: The Art and Science of Carrying Your Baby - Part Four

This article covers topics such as, how baby wearing promotes cognitive development, baby wearing enhances parent-infant bonding, baby wearing helps mothers and babies get the right start, baby wearing stimulates attachment parenting, the next step: harmony and competence, baby wearing overcomes obstacles to bonding, postpartum depression, baby wearing makes life easier for busy parents and baby wearing may change your life-style for the better.

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Baby Wearing: The Art and Science of Carrying Your Baby - Part Three

This article covers topics such wearing twins, baby wearing for medical benefits, premature babies, failure-to-thrive babies, the handicapped baby, how baby wearing benefits infants and parents, baby wearing organizes and regulates the baby, the womb lasts eighteen months, baby wearing reduces crying and colic, and baby wearing enhances learning,. There will be one more part on this article. Be sure to keep an eye out for it.

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Baby Wearing: The Art and Science of Carrying Your Baby - Part One

This article covers topics such as New Support for an Old Idea, choosing the right baby carrier, how to wear your baby: a personal choice, putting on the sling, cradle hold, snuggle hold, kangaroo carry (forward-facing position), and the hip straddle. There will be three more parts to this article; please watch for these additional parts.

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The First Six Months: Big Changes - Month Four

This article covers the following topics: The Fourth Month: Big Looks, The Master Skill - Binocular Vision, "My Baby's Not Doing That," Reach out and Touch Someone -- Accurately, Moves of the month, Pre-teething Signs, Fun and Games with a Four-month-old, Three Favorite Four-month-Baby Poses, Gitche-gitche-goo, Language Development, Four to Six Months, New sounds, Help your Baby to Be a Good communicator, Precious Recordings, Social Signals, Decoding Social Signals, Social gesturing Begins, But What About Spoiling? There will be two more parts to this article, be sure to keep an eye out for them.

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Getting Attached: What It Means - Part One

This article is about attachment parenting and covers such topics as: Parenting Your Baby, The Seven Baby B's of Attachment Parenting, Birth Bonding -- Connect with Your Baby Early, Belief in Your baby's Cries -- Read and Respond to Your Baby's Cues, Breastfeed Your Baby, Baby wearing -- Carry Your Baby a Lot, Bedding Close to Baby, Balance and Boundaries, Beware of Baby Trainers, Attachment Parenting Includes Fathers. There will be two more parts to follow on this article so keep an eye out for them.

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The First Six Months: Big Changes - Month One

This article covers the following topics: The first Month: Big Needs, Opening Moves, What Newborns Can See, What Newborns Like to See, Tips for Holding Baby's Visual Attention, Fixating, How to Tell If Your Baby's Eyes Are Crossed, Gazing, What Newborns Can Hear, A Mind of Their Own, Mental Pictures, Picking Up Each Other's Scent, A Mutual Mind-set develops, Baby's Behavioral States, Enjoying Your Newborn's Smile, Newborn Reflexes, There will be five more parts to this complete article so keep an eye out for them.

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The First Six Months: Big Changes - Month Two

This article covers the following topics: The Second Month: Big Smiles, The great Imitator, Visual Development, Eyes and Head move together, Sees farther, Eye-catchers, What Babies Like to Look At, Sit me up to see my world, Become an eye watcher, Guessing Your Baby's Eye Color, Babies First Smile Makes It All Worthwhile, Engaging Behaviors, Feeding Behaviors, Two-Month Talk, Tips for Talking to Your Baby, Two-Month moves. There will be four more parts to this article. Be sure to keep an eye out for them.

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The Second Six Months: Moving Up - Part Two

This article includes the following items: Pick Up and Play: Hand Skills, Development of the Pincer Grasp, Learning to Release, Transferring Objects, Developing a Stronger Grip on Things, Fun for Little Hands, Hand dominance, I Search of Baby Handcuffs, Language Development, Gesturing and Social directing, Reading Baby's Language, Helping Language Development, Fun and Games for the Six-to-Nine-month-old, There will be four more parts to this article so be sure to keep an eye out for them.

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Bottle Feeding With Safety and Love - Part Two

This article provides information on how much, how often, scheduling, reading your baby's cues, preparing formula, combo feeding: breast and bottle, sterilizing, mixing formulas, the right mix, bottle feeding tips, giving the bottle, burping baby, safe feeding tips, and weaning from the bottle.

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The First Six Months: Big Changes - Month Six

This article covers the following topics: The Sixth Month: Sitting Big, A Relief for Parents, Pushing Up and Moving Around, Playpens: Don't Fence Me In, Raising Healthy Teeth, When should we expect our baby's teeth to appear?, When should we first take our baby to a dentist?, When should I start brushing baby's teeth?, Besides brushing, what else can we do to help our baby's teeth?, Don't let baby sleep with a bottle of milk or juice., What about fluoride? How can I tell if my baby is getting enough?. This is the last part of this article. I hope you found the other five.

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Nursing Nuisances, Challenges, and Funny Things That Happen On The Way To The Breast.

Here are some of the most common challenges and nuisances that occur during breastfeeding. You will see that the recipe for a successful breastfeeding relationship is large dose of commitment and a pinch of patience all mixed together with an untiring sense of humor.

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The Second Six Months: Moving Up - Part Six

This article includes the following items: Mastering the World of Words, Baby Words, Gestures and Body Language, Word and Voice Associations, , No-No-No,. Fun and Games with New Words and Gestures, Waving bye-bye, Imitating gestures, Peek-a-boo, More ball games, Keeping the Game going, Caring For your Baby's feet, When should I buy shoes for my baby?, Why does my baby need shoes?, Will shoes help my baby walk?, How can I tell if baby has outgrown her shoes? Toe room, throat room, The counter, What to look For In A Baby Shoe. This is the last part of this article. I hope you found the other five parts.

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Introducing Solid Foods: When, What, and How - Part One

This article provides information on why wait, infant feeding at a glance, feeding solids: six to nine months, and feeding strategies. There will be more on safe toddler (one year and older) feeding tips, feeding solids: nine to twelve months, making your own baby food, commercial baby food, and bring out the cup in Parts Two and Three, so keep an eye out for these articles.

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The First Six Months: Big Changes - Month Three

This article covers the following topics: The Third Month: Big Hands, Handy Hands, Reach out and grab someone, Opening Baby's Hands, Holding power, A Posture Tip For Stimulating Hand Play, Baby's Visual Development Shines, Three-Month Talk, Communicative cries, Vocalizing increases, Three-Month Moves, Stand and lean, Floor play, Learning cause and effect, A Three-Month Review, Safety Tips, Flat Head,. There will be three more parts to this article, be sure to keep an eye out for them.

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