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Ages and Stages of Child Development

For a parent nothing can be more satisfying than watching their kid grow and cross the threshold of different ages and stages of child development. It is important for good parenting that you, as a parent, understand and be prepared for these stages.

The must-see epic infographic about baby sleep! Learn sleep needs, sleep tips, nap transition advice, swaddling recommendations, steps to calm a fussy baby, and more!

Are You Ruining Your Baby's Sleep

Just a quick stop to share with you this wonderful food stages infographic. We love to see how babies begin to sign food items based on their preferences. by yvette

Baby food guideline for your family - Note: making veggies a baby's first food instead of cereal helps set the stage for broader tastes!

Finding best ways to get closer to your baby? Then baby massage is your answer. Here's how to give a baby massage & how it can help you and your little one.

6 Essential Tips On How To Massage Your Baby

"How to massage your baby." Baby is constantly building muscle and, just like us, that makes them sore. I would consider a message with some lavender essential oils to smell and candle lit. Maybe right after a warm bath and get baby relaxed for sleep.

New parent? Track and share every milestone with Ovia Parenting!

New parent? Track and share every milestone with Ovia Parenting! A checklist that shows some of the milestones and actions that your baby should be doing at different ages.

Does your newborn fuss in Tummy Time in the first weeks of life? Learn why and how to help!  :: baby play, infant development

Tummy Time Hack : How A Bag Of Rice Can Help

Does your newborn hate tummy time? The reason most babies resist tummy time is that it is hard work! Make belly-down play a little easier for your little one with a little assistance from your pantry.

Just because the groundhog saw its shadow doesn’t mean that we will see spring weather anytime soon. According to Kare 11’s past weather data, the average low temperature in Minnesota for March and April ranges between 22 and 37 degrees. Becoming a new parent is challenging enough, let alone preparing them for the frigid temperatures outside. Here … Continued

Just because the groundhog saw its shadow doesn’t mean that we will see spring…

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