Babies don't take up much room, but their stuff sure does! Here's are a few tips to help determine what your baby really needs from those first few weeks to the first birthday and beyond. Check out these guidelines for choosing baby gear. Read Kid Stuff: Age-Appropriate Gear and Toys
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Health care providers recommend bringing your baby in for regular checkups. These visits are great opportunities to check on your baby's health and development and to ask lots of questions. Learn all about your child's well-baby visits. Read Well-Baby Visits
Is there a parent alive who doesn't wish bedtime went a little more smoothly? One of the best ways to get kids to settle down and go to sleep is by creating a regular bedtime routine, a ritual with Mom and Dad that lets young children know that bedtime is a happy and comforting way to end the day. Babies and young children are creatures of habit, and they enjoy the predictability of a ritual. Performing the same simple tasks before bed each night helps signal that everything is safe and sound, and that it's time to go to sleep. Read Bedtime Rituals That Work
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One of the most important purchases you'll make before having your baby is a car seat. You will need one to bring your baby home from the hospital and for every car trip thereafter. Every state has a law requiring babies and children to ride buckled up, but since more children are killed or injured in car crashes than in any other type of accident, it pays to buckle them up in a car seat. Read Car Seat Safety and Shopping Guide
For many young children, there is no more exciting way to travel than by air. They love to watch the carts, trucks, and airplanes at the airport. Even better, they may get to ride on moving walkways, trains and trams, escalators and elevatorsall that even before boarding. On the plane itself, there are the endlessly fascinating tray tables, window shades, and teeny tiny bathrooms to explore, again and again. Read Air Travel With Children
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