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Parents & Baby

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    Every Day Can Be Special

    Wouldn’t you like to know when you’ll see your grandchildren again? Even if you live close by, seeing them regularly can be difficult — life gets in the way. Solve this problem by adding yourself to their calendar. If you see each other every month, you can create a tradition of taking your grandchild to lunch, for a stroll, to the library, or to the petting zoo. Perhaps you could finish off the day with a bath and a bedtime story.

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    10 Baby Toy Safety Tips

    Baby toy safety seems like common sense—until an innocent toy turns out to be a dangerous object for you kid. Follow the following expert advice to keep your baby safe during playtime.

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    11 Truths About Having a Baby

    No one can tell you what it's like to become a parent. There are some things you just have to experience. The first time you hold a tiny human you made in your arms is a surreal, out of body feeling that is different for everyone.

    But as special and momentous and amazing as it is, there are some things that most parents will go through sooner or later. Here are 11 truths about having a baby.

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    Help! When do I sleep?

    By the time their child is born, many new parents have had enough of people warning them about the impending lack of sleep. 'All right, so we'll be tired!' they say. But it's true: you really do reach a new level of exhaustion as you get through the first few months with baby. Babies sleep a lot—about 60 percent of the time—but they sleep and wake in short periods, all around the clock.