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Sometimes a mother wants to stop breast-feeding,but her baby shows signs of wanting to continue. If possible,continue breast-feeding a while longer. If this is not possible,the following suggestions may help you: Offer breast milk pumped from your breast,formula,or cow's milk (if your baby is more than 12 months old) in a cup or bottle before you breast-feed or between breast-feedings. ...
Weaning - What Is Expected
Weaning is a gradual process. It starts when you begin giving solid food to your baby and ends when the child no longer breast - feeds or takes a bottle. This process may last a few months or more than a year.A rough outline of this process is as follows: Your baby begins eating solid foods at 4 to 6 months of age. At this point, introduce cup - feeding to supplement breast - or bottle - feedings
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WebMD offers tips on soothing your sick infant or toddler.
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WebMD examines the bond between baby, mother, and father, why it may not happen immediately, and how to foster the connection with your newborn.
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Fever in Babies
WebMD explains fever in infants -- including possible causes, taking an accurate temperature, and when to call the doctor.
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Feeling frustrated during your baby’s mealtime? WebMD helps you understand common feeding problems and offers solutions to your most challenging mealtime dilemmas.
Baby Nutrition in the First Year: What to Feed Your Baby Now
This nutrition chart from WebMD shows what solid foods your baby should be eating at each stage of the first year and how to prepare them.
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WebMD tells you which skin care products you should have on hand for your newborn - and which ones to avoid.