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Babies start teething between 3 and 6 months. By the age of 3 years they should have all 20 primary teeth. Teeth will break through normally one at a time. First, the bottom two middle teeth then the top two middle teeth. After that come the teeth along the sides and back. Although, keep in mind that they do not always come in that order. They may not come in straight but don’t worry they can straighten out. During the day, your baby’s regular activities will help distract her from the discomfort of teething. At night, the lack of discomfort...

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Baby shoes are so cute! Moms LOVE to put shoes on their baby’s feet to help finish an outfit or to keep their little feet warm!  Here are a few tips to keep in mind when picking out shoes for a little one! When babies are little and are not walking on bare feet, socks or a soft sole shoe are the best.  A hard sole shoe could actually cause more damage than help for your child. Stiffer soles can make walking harder for those just starting out because their feet are heavier, making them more likely to trip. The...

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Flying with an infant can be a daunting task, and might cause some anxiety for many people. To make things easier, we’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks to make flying with your little one easier and less stressful!! Allow yourself more to get through security and to get to your gate Pack a diaper bag that has the fallowing: 1 diaper per every hour of traveling plus a few extra Wipes Changing pad Blankets (a couple of them just in case they get dirty) Extra change of clothes (weather appropriate)  A bag to put soiled clothing in  Pacifier...

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Congratulations on your Pregnancy!!!!! What an exciting time! So many things you need, some more than others….. Here’s a list to help guide you in the right direction, and to help you minimize stress. Preparing for baby should be FUN and EXCITING!!! FEEDING: breast pump (double electric) breast pump accessories nursing pads (disposable or washable) breast milk storage bags/containers nursing pillow nipple cream bottles slow flow nipples burp cloths pacifier pacifier holder/tether/leash teether nursing bra or nursing tanks bottle warmer bottle drying rack formula (for non-breastfed babies, or to supplement) NURSERY: crib mattress changing area (table, dresser, etc) changing pad...

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