Changing your baby's diaper is as much a part of parenting as feeding. In no time at all ('cause you'll get plenty of practice), you'll be a pro. Check out these helpful diaper-changing tips. Read Diaper Change: Tips for Diapering Your Baby
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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All babies cry. This is true all over the world. They typically cry most between the ages of 3 weeks and 3 months, and that extra crying usually occurs during the afternoon and evening hours. The exact amount of crying you can expect from an infant varies by temperament and circumstances, but when it gets to be three or more hours a day for three or more days a week over a period of three or more weeks, experts call it "colic." Read Coping With Colic
A cold is probably the illness your child gets most frequently. On average, a child under 7 gets seven to ten colds per year, each lasting one to two weeks. Children over 6 months don’t usually need to see their health care provider for a cold unless there is ear pain, sore throat, or fever over 102 degrees that lasts longer than a day or two. Read Whole Lotta Sniffling Going On: Common Illnesses, Sensible Solutions
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