Protein is important for both you and your baby. During pregnancy, protein has several jobs, including helping keep your energy up, and a giving your baby the amino acids needed for growth. Find out more about protein and its role. Read The Protein Push
We all want to keep our children as safe as possible. A good way to start can be to keep a close eye on their environment inside and out and paying attention to the gear we use in their daily lives. Find out more about safety. Read The Safety Game
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
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Between 30 and 36 months, your toddler will begin to construct sentences of four or five words. He'll also be able to tell stories and ask "what" and "where" questions. Of course, this ability comes amid a flurry of language development that started before his second birthday and will continue long after it. Your toddler is beginning to understand grammar and to use pronouns. Read Talking a Blue Streak: Language and Your Toddler
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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