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  1. Baby Development: Your 7-Month-Old

    Learn about baby milestones in the first 12 months and what to expect from your infant in Month 7 of WebMD's Baby Month by Month Guide.

  2. Baby Growth Charts: What Influences Your Baby’s Growth?

    If your baby is “following the curve” of the growth chart, she’s paralleling one of the percentile lines on the chart, and the odds are good that her caloric intake is fine, no matter how much or how little milk she seems to be drinking.

  3. Baby Personality Quiz: Tips for Dealing With Your Baby’s Unique Type

    Who is this little creature, this dictator dressed in a diaper? She's your baby, of course. And if you want to understand the newest member of your family, you need to study her in her natural habitat. In short, learn her temperament. Child development experts watch several key traits when determini

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  4. New Studies Sharpen Circumcision Debate

    Rachel Spencer, a neonatal intensive care nurse in Lake Bluff, Ill., and her physician husband had their first son circumcised in 2000. But over the next seven years, as three more sons were born, the Spencers chose not to repeat the procedure. "After doing research, I learned that circumcision isn'

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  5. This Is What Adoption Feels Like

    By Gina Shaw It seems so simple, and in a very basic way, it is: There are children out there who need a warm and loving home, and there are families yearning to provide all that and more. But making it all come together; well, that part can get complex. Here's how five families found their way alon

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  6. Can You Boost Your Child’s Intelligence?

    Aside from genetics, what influences your child's IQ? Clearly, good nutrition, protection from toxins, and plenty of playtime and exercise can nurture a child's intelligence. But can you really build a smarter child? Many child development experts now focus less on measuring a child's IQ than on hel

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  7. Should You Feed Your Baby on Demand or on a Schedule?

    Whether to feed baby on a schedule or on demand is a question almost every parent asks.

  8. 10 Rules for Baby-Proofing Your Marriage

    Most new parents know they will eventually have to cover their electrical sockets and take other steps to baby-proof their home, but what they may not know is that it can be equally important to baby-proof their marriage. In Babyproofing Your Marriage: How to Laugh More, Argue Less, and Communicate

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  9. Tips on Hiring Nannies

    Unfortunately, it's not likely Mary Poppins, Supernanny Jo Frost, or even Nanny McPhee is going to show up at your door the morning you're ready to return to work from maternity leave. The search for a nanny can be daunting and the thought of leaving your newborn or toddler with a virtual stranger c

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  10. Soothing Your Crying Baby

    Babies cry. That's a fact of life. But as a parent, you want to do whatever you can to make your bundle of joy, well....a bit more joyful. And let's face it, a crying baby doesn't do much for your nerves either. Some babies cry more than others, but they all do cry, says Elizabeth Pantley, author of

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