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  1. Baby Developmental Milestones: 3 Months

    See how your baby is growing and developing and find out what to expect with this child development milestone list for month 3.

  2. Baby's 15-Month Checkup: What to Expect

    Find out from WebMD what to expect during your child's 15-month checkup: what your pediatrician will look for and questions you'll want to ask.

  3. Take a Deep Breath

    WebMD explains what types of baby clothes you’ll need for your 8-week-old and how to take time to relax and reconnect with your partner.

  4. Baby Developmental Milestones: 7 Months

    See how your baby is growing and developing and find out what to expect with this child development milestone list for month 7.

  5. Baby Developmental Milestones: 19 to 24 Months

    See how your baby is growing and developing and find out what to expect with this child development milestone list for months 19 to 24.

  6. Feeding Your Newborn

    WebMD discusses the pros and cons of feeding baby breast milk or formula and discusses how baby’s vision and hearing are developing.

  7. Tummy Time: Why It's Important

    WebMD talks about why tummy time is important for babies and how to recognize signs of the baby blues.

  8. Reconnecting With Your Partner After Pregnancy

    WebMD discusses the normal change that occurs in a home after baby is born and how to keep the connection with your partner after pregnancy.

  9. Choosing Child Care - Other Concerns

    Paying for high - quality child careBudgeting for child care takes work. Plan ahead and think about your future child care expenses as far in advance as possible. Keep in mind that it may take time to process applications or there may be a waiting list, especially if you are trying to qualify for financial assistance.Child care referral agencies or other experts (such as some state or federal ...

  10. Choosing Child Care - Beginning Your Search

    Individual child careBabysitters and mother's helpers. Babysitters provide informal, periodic, in - home care for your child, such as when you need to run errands or have planned an evening out. They are usually paid hourly and maintain general household order, but they are not expected to do housekeeping chores. A mother's helper is similar to a babysitter but is someone who watches your child ..

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