Welcome to parenthood! As a pediatrician I know that most new parents are full of questions and concerns. But don't worry. You'll get the answers you need and gain confidence in your new role soon.Welcome to parenthood! As a pediatrician I know that most new parents are full of questions and concerns. But don't worry. You'll get the answers you need and gain confidence in your new role soon. In the meantime, this tool will help you find out what you can expect in your baby's development. Just click on your child's age to find out what's happening now. Read Baby development milestones
Part of each wellness visit is to plot your baby's growth on a percentile chart. Over time, you and your health care provider will be able to see if your child is growing at the expected rate. Use our charts to track your child's growth. Read Your Baby's Growth Chart
Your 6-month-old is still growing rapidly and may have a wonderful new skill on the horizon: sitting up! This visit will likely include lots of immunizations, so it may help to know what to expect. Find out more about the 6-month visit. Read Well Baby Visit 6 Months
At 4 months, babies still need to be put to sleep on their back to help guard them against Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). It can also help to keep pillows and fluffy bedding out of the crib. Get more tips. Read Keep Your Little Sleeper Safe
Have you wondered about making your own baby food? It might seem hard, but it doesn't have to be! One tip is to freeze a batch in an ice cube tray, so later on you can defrost a few of those portions for your baby's next meal. Learn more. Read Baby Food Made Simple
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