Calling all first-time parents: This guide gives you the basics on burping, bathing, bonding, and other baby-care concerns.
Learn the basics on breastfeeding, formula-feeding, and more.
What you need to know
Here's what to expect in that first month.
How much do newborns sleep?
Helping your baby sleep (video)
Safe sleep (video)
Learn about SIDS
From diapering to doctor's visits, we got you covered.
Bringing your baby home
How vaccines help (video)
What to do when your baby cries
Here's what your baby may be doing this month!
Development at birth and 3-5 days
Learning and play
Helping Baby Sleep
How Vaccines Help
Here's how to buckle up your baby the right way.
Don’t buy for a baby without reading this first.
Expert guides on keeping your baby safe at home.
Babies and toddlers are at the greatest risk of lead poisoning.
Here's how to keep your baby safe
No. Experts recommend room-sharing instead of bed-sharing to help prevent SIDS.
Some babies start to sleep for 5- to 6-hour stretches at night by 2–3 months of age. But others won't.
It's normal to feel highs and lows during your baby's first few days of life.
Learn more about the "baby blues"