Pregnancy & Babypregnancy-newbornTake care of yourself and your growing family by getting the advice that all new parents and parents-to-be need. Read about babyproofing your home, staying healthy during pregnancy, coping with colic, what to expect when your little one arrives, and much more.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/https://kidshealth.org/EN/images/headers/P-pregnancyBaby-enHD.jpg7c042524-ebb5-46ab-bc51-507d181d9158pregnancy, newborns, i'm pregnant, expecting a child, finding a pediatrician, sids, birth, delivery, premature baby, infants, babies, prenatal, feeding, neonatology
Pregnancy & Newborn CenterAdvice and information for expectant and new parents.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/center/pregnancy-center.html/c58d014a-89a3-4c90-8b54-c9cadf5d6016
Introducing Solid FoodsfeedingHere's when, and how, to introduce solids.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/feeding/ee1deb24-0dc6-4809-ae8e-1de86b60b649pregnancy, newborns, i'm pregnant, expecting a child, infants, babies, prenatal, feeding, starting solids, solid food, introducing solid foods, toddler, baby, breastfeed, formula, bottle, breastfeeding,
Can I Feed My Baby Honey?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/honey-botulism.html/3f4968db-0e86-47e1-96be-846fcfcd786d
ChokingChoking is an emergency - so it's important to recognize the signs of choking and know what to do if happens.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/choking.html/bc428e88-85a3-4f73-9882-3a4ec8bb4c4f
Feeding Your 4- to 7-Month-OldIs your baby is ready for solid foods? Learn how and when to get started.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feed47m.html/1d8d9f97-7488-4301-b9e8-8f75d4462e43
Feeding Your 8- to 12-Month-OldAt this age, babies start to explore table foods.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feed812m.html/381bc385-9743-4a54-852b-2f1e90078b86
Finger Foods for BabiesWhen they're around 9 months old, babies can begin feeding themselves. Find out which foods are safe, healthy options and which should not be served to little ones.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/finger-foods.html/145b9ec0-a8ba-4fb5-b63a-09d563c71b48
Fluoride and WaterKeeping kids' teeth healthy requires more than just daily brushing. Learn about fluoride, a substance found naturally in water that plays an important role in healthy teeth.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/fluoride-water.html/ee5ef57f-be82-4c51-9c8c-8e81b80444f3
Starting Your Baby on Solid Foods (Video)Find out if your baby is ready for solid foods, and if so, what to give, how to give it, and which foods to avoid.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/babysolidfoods-video.html/04d9ebfa-13f0-4994-81d5-1f0f54c04227
Stopping the BottleTransitioning a baby from a bottle to a cup isn't always easy, as babies can become attached to their bottles. These tips can help parents make the switch.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/no-bottles.html/9ba81958-fdcb-4b60-a9d7-3ab7feb5cd74
Weaning Your ChildWeaning is when children make the transition from breast milk to other sources of nourishment. Here's how to make this change easier on you and your child.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/weaning.html/e97c8e90-3c1b-4952-b1be-53aa9338c38d
When Can Babies Start Drinking Cow's Milk?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/cow-milk.html/00537b96-45fd-41a2-8d09-ecd7d8ac2961
When Can My Baby Start Drinking Juice?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/babies-juice.html/57e72bbb-eee3-4233-9673-9d8a32f05984
When Can My Baby Start Eating Solid Foods?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/solid-foods.html/03b46412-cc73-43e1-ad46-1c5b11043c38
All About BreastfeedingbreastfeedWhether you're a new mom or a seasoned parenting pro, breastfeeding often comes with its fair share of questions. Here are some answers to common inquiries that mothers - new and veteran - may have.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/breastfeed/a81e5bef-3f7c-42eb-b630-7b8eacce64aebreastfeed, nursing, breast feed, breastfeeding, baby, babies, feeding my baby, bottle feeding
Breastfeeding FAQs: Getting StartedHere are answers to common questions about getting started with breastfeeding.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-starting.html/090cc80e-55b7-4681-82c2-dc5dd9590165
Breastfeeding FAQs: Getting Your Baby to LatchHere are answers to some common questions about getting a good latch, making sure your baby is drinking, taking your baby off the breast, and more. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/latch.html/41160f6e-8c17-47a8-a076-f42c7ac70f9d
Breastfeeding FAQs: How Much and How OftenHere's info about how often to breastfeed your baby, how long it takes to nurse, and much more.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-often.html/96a43f7e-534a-4eeb-95c4-080e6ec54cec
Breastfeeding FAQs: Out and AboutHere are answers to some common questions about going out in public as a breastfeeding mom - from how to do it discreetly to taming sneaky leaks.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-outabout.html/d2cc4cf5-9c72-4b0f-83b2-c6b068d3077c
Breastfeeding FAQs: Pain and DiscomfortHere are answers to some common questions about preventing and reducing breastfeeding discomfort, such as nipple and breast pain.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-discomfort.html/579037fc-488a-4e9e-ac81-c0681f45d9c4
Breastfeeding FAQs: PumpingHere are answers to some common questions about pumping your breast milk - from buying a pump to making the process a little easier.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-pump.html/95c1955a-6e6f-472b-9444-24164fc786b8
Breastfeeding FAQs: Safely Storing Breast MilkHere are answers to some common questions about how to keep breast milk and how to clean and sterilize supplies, from bottles to nipples to breast pump parts.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-storing.html/7edf199c-0405-4362-9c3e-5852a87b494a
Breastfeeding FAQs: Sleep - Yours and Your Baby'sHere are answers to some common questions about breastfed babies and sleep - from where they should snooze to when they'll finally start sleeping through the night.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-sleep.html/2eeb11e1-4b89-49a8-8a7f-ac55901aa2d6
Breastfeeding FAQs: Solids and SupplementingHere are answers to some common supplemental feeding questions - from when to introduce solids to offering breastfed babies formula.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-solids.html/61c071d1-9b01-4bfc-9592-0dcbe37abe02
Breastfeeding FAQs: Some Common ConcernsHere are answers to some questions about common breastfeeding concerns - from biting to spitting up.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-concerns.html/e59a81bb-1506-4716-9eec-6394e778587b
Breastfeeding FAQs: Supply and DemandHere are answers to some common questions about your milk supply - from having too much to having too little.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-supply.html/9fff4f24-f9bc-4b0c-8934-00d2b08282e8
Breastfeeding FAQs: Your Eating and Drinking HabitsHere are answers to some common questions about what breastfeeding mothers should and shouldn't eat and drink.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-eating.html/e4112372-e078-4172-87a3-084e9dd7a6e6
Breastfeeding vs. Formula FeedingMaking a decision to breastfeed or formula feed your baby is a personal one. There are some points to consider to help you decide which option is best for you and your baby.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breast-bottle-feeding.html/7169ccbe-8013-4c19-90e6-19862788f64d
Burping Your BabyHere's a quick guide to an important part of feeding a baby - burping.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/burping.html/d9d533bd-8d50-4d49-ab84-3b97fca9ce2a
Feeding Your 1- to 2-Year-OldToddlers have little tummies, so serve foods that are packed with the nutrients they need to grow healthy and strong, and limit the sweets and empty calories.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feed12yr.html/6bfff690-c633-480f-83f3-dcf985f77294
Feeding Your 1- to 3-Month-OldWhether you've chosen to breastfeed or bottle-feed your baby, your infant will let you know when it's time to eat.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feed13m.html/5f2fdec1-e571-44e6-8f45-4cc0c83a2c7b
Feeding Your 4- to 7-Month-OldIs your baby is ready for solid foods? Learn how and when to get started.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feed47m.html/1d8d9f97-7488-4301-b9e8-8f75d4462e43
Feeding Your 8- to 12-Month-OldAt this age, babies start to explore table foods.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feed812m.html/381bc385-9743-4a54-852b-2f1e90078b86
Feeding Your NewbornThese guidelines on breastfeeding and bottle feeding can help you know what's right for you and your baby.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feednewborn.html/31c4eb38-d266-4e5a-b06b-c7ee09d8ced8
How Can I Overcome Breastfeeding Difficulties?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/nursing-problems.html/a2a57560-0947-4670-87cd-ac936ff9b991
How to Bottle-Feed Your Baby (Video)With a little preparation and practice, you can bottle-feed your baby. Learn how in this step-by-step video. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/bottle-feed-video.html/cd46b600-bcb0-4894-a494-b75ce54f14af
How to Breastfeed Your Baby (Video)Breast milk is the healthiest choice for your baby. Learn how to breastfeed your baby in this step-by-step video. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-video.html/fdddfa80-68b6-47e4-b851-26638ee01eed
How to Pump & Store Breast Milk (Video)Knowing how to pump and store breast milk is an important part of feeding your baby. Learn how in this step-by-step video.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pump-and-store-video.html/a8c952dd-41e0-47aa-8166-144c7b720101
I'm Breastfeeding. How Can I Lower My Baby's Food Allergy Risk?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/bfeed-allergies.html/e6d441e0-1aa7-493e-906f-ab7dbdfad9a7
Is it Safe to Breastfeed if I Have the Flu?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/flu-breastfeeding.html/92c49914-5a4f-4df0-a525-51236f12cd82
Nursing PositionsIf you're a new mom, breastfeeding your baby can feel like a challenge. Check out this article for information on common nursing positions, proper latching-on techniques, and how to know if your baby is getting enough to eat.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/nursing-positions.html/72dc7626-85a5-4b58-8717-85ba69b79eea
Weaning Your ChildWeaning is when children make the transition from breast milk to other sources of nourishment. Here's how to make this change easier on you and your child.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/weaning.html/e97c8e90-3c1b-4952-b1be-53aa9338c38d
When Can Babies Start Drinking Cow's Milk?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/cow-milk.html/00537b96-45fd-41a2-8d09-ecd7d8ac2961
When Can My Baby Start Eating Solid Foods?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/solid-foods.html/03b46412-cc73-43e1-ad46-1c5b11043c38
Growth & Your BabygrowthLearn about your baby's growth and development in the first few years of life.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/growth/88eb3a39-d157-42b2-ac50-7385eb46488cpregnancy, newborns, i'm pregnant, expecting a child, finding a pediatrician, sids, birth, delivery, premature baby, infants, babies, prenatal, feeding
A to Z: Failure to ThriveFailure to thrive refers to a child's inability to gain weight and grow as expected for kids of the same age and gender. Most diagnoses are made in the first few years of life.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/az-failure-thrive.html/d4fc1717-d93b-4c16-9d92-a7fc0f1ee026
Failure to ThriveMost kids grow well but some have ”failure to thrive.” This means they don't gain weight as expected and may not grow as tall as they should.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/failure-thrive.html/0c13121e-42da-4eba-95c5-36b31945dab3
Growth ChartsDoctors use growth charts to figure out whether kids' height and weight measurements are "normal" and whether they're developing on track. Here are some facts about growth charts.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/growth-charts.html/129c9d7b-8ef0-4618-bcfd-bc56df8c8f95
Growth and Your 1- to 2-Year-OldYou're in for a year of changes! Midway through this year, most babies are walking and starting to lose that "baby" look.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/grow12yr.html/9a944dd8-8e03-4289-9365-0a27de771b03
Growth and Your 2- to 3-Year-OldDuring the third year of life, toddlers are extremely active and mobile, and are learning in very physical ways.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/growth-2-to-3.html/a12ff6d4-0270-4e44-9b5c-e13053f3b29a
Is My Baby Ready for Shoes?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/baby-shoes.html/8d938872-05e5-43a3-a8c0-56b58a318602
What to Do When Babies CryDuring the first 3 months of life, babies cry more than at any other time. Here's how to soothe them.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/babies-cry.html/cb9bf406-35ab-4d6f-b681-15b3fc6ae957
Your Baby's Growth: 1 MonthPut away those newborn clothes. This month your baby will grow at a surprising rate!https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/grow13m.html/212a87c6-0a6a-4079-861e-0401a9b37d5c
Your Baby's Growth: 10 MonthsYour baby continues to grow quickly. All this activity and the foods your baby eats affect growth and weight.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/growth-10mos.html/39a260b1-3ff4-4730-bc96-8258a81cc0ae
Your Baby's Growth: 11 MonthsYour baby continues to grow quickly. All this activity and the foods your baby eats affect growth and weight.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/growth-11mos.html/cc9f0c11-5f5e-4705-93a2-e59559b56f85
Your Baby's Growth: 12 MonthsYour baby is almost a toddler! Here's what to expect with your little one's growth and weight this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/growth-12mos.html/a87d9177-7f84-464a-8d42-297c3efe85ff
Your Baby's Growth: 2 MonthsYour baby continues to grow at a rapid pace. Here's what to expect this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/growth-2mos.html/5d2c7289-f4fe-45a3-88f9-4dba590ddbc9
Your Baby's Growth: 3 MonthsThis month, your baby will continue to grow quickly. Find out what to expect.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/growth-3mos.html/420f5575-e8c1-4ffd-820c-21cffc8b4bac
Your Baby's Growth: 4 MonthsYour baby is growing in many ways. Here's what to expect this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/grow47m.html/2abdfdca-3261-4c23-9f9a-730aa12389ee
Your Baby's Growth: 5 MonthsBabies this age are growing in many ways. Here's what to expect this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/growth-5mos.html/38d42215-1196-4409-aa06-fd03eb067114
Your Baby's Growth: 6 MonthsBabies this age are growing in many ways. Here's what to expect this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/growth-6mos.html/7deba2e7-2700-43ef-af29-9f5d2f65c6aa
Your Baby's Growth: 7 MonthsYour baby continues to grow in many ways. Here's what to expect this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/growth-7mos.html/63841008-e182-4f53-9de2-6fcd65838077
Your Baby's Growth: 8 MonthsYour baby is growing by leaps and bounds, and may even be crawling or cruising. Here's what to expect this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/grow812m.html/4603ee6b-f0be-40b9-ac97-c896622bbfec
Your Baby's Growth: 9 MonthsYour baby is growing by leaps and bounds. Here's what to expect this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/growth-9mos.html/fbf55f05-f985-48b8-b374-122595bacc33
Your Child's Development: 2 MonthsDoctors use certain milestones to tell if a baby is developing as expected. Here's what your baby may do this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/development-2mos.html/0481ebe7-5503-464f-8d4c-3a10c87cf046
Your Child's Development: 6 MonthsDoctors use milestones to tell if a baby is developing as expected. Here are some things your baby might be doing this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/development-6mos.html/0580d37c-f5d1-46b3-8fdb-1974da3eefd2
Your Child's Development: 9 MonthsDoctors use certain milestones to tell if a baby is developing as expected. Here are some things your baby might be doing this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/development-9mos.html/663e51da-b357-464e-a594-169d9a3e2c32
Your Child's Development: NewbornDoctors use milestones to tell if a baby is developing as expected. Here are some things your baby may be doing this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/development-newborn.html/37d75e74-2af4-4be8-af9b-9f93f5dd44fb
Your Child's GrowthFrom the moment parents greet their newborn, they watch the baby's progress eagerly. But how can they tell if their child is growing properly?https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/childs-growth.html/d60bcd07-9dd4-4e2e-ac04-dbf4ca8804a7
Your Child’s Development: 1 MonthDoctors use milestones to tell if a baby is developing as expected. Here are some things your baby may be doing this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/development-1mo.html/27d9d994-d4a7-47e9-80bb-e0a97153d065
Your Child’s Development: 1 Year (12 Months)Doctors use milestones to tell if a toddler is developing as expected. Here are some things your little one might be doing this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/development-12mos.html/e2c022bc-784d-4812-93b5-41b102feff2a
Your Child’s Development: 3-5 DaysDoctors use certain milestones to tell if a baby is developing as expected. Here are some things your baby may be doing.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/development-3to5d.html/7a5777d6-ff47-4bce-a7cc-2bd67b2d04c4
Your Child’s Development: 4 MonthsDoctors use certain milestones to tell if a baby is developing as expected. Here are some things your baby might be doing this month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/development-4mos.html/23576ee5-6886-4018-ae0c-cc60ce788365
Your Newborn's GrowthA newborn's growth and development is measured from the moment of birth. Find out if your baby's size is normal, and what to expect as your baby grows.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/grownewborn.html/e0ab9fc0-9148-43ec-b047-e05f68aa23a8
All About Formula FeedingformulafeedWhether you've decided to formula feed your baby from the start, you're supplementing your breast milk with formula, or you're switching from breast milk to formula, you're bound to have some questions. Here are answers to many women's common formula feeding inquiries.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/formulafeed/5384b2d2-4f62-40be-8a13-e504e480c4d3All About Formula Feeding
Breastfeeding vs. Formula FeedingMaking a decision to breastfeed or formula feed your baby is a personal one. There are some points to consider to help you decide which option is best for you and your baby.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breast-bottle-feeding.html/7169ccbe-8013-4c19-90e6-19862788f64d
Burping Your BabyHere's a quick guide to an important part of feeding a baby - burping.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/burping.html/d9d533bd-8d50-4d49-ab84-3b97fca9ce2a
Feeding Your 1- to 2-Year-OldToddlers have little tummies, so serve foods that are packed with the nutrients they need to grow healthy and strong, and limit the sweets and empty calories.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feed12yr.html/6bfff690-c633-480f-83f3-dcf985f77294
Feeding Your 1- to 3-Month-OldWhether you've chosen to breastfeed or bottle-feed your baby, your infant will let you know when it's time to eat.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feed13m.html/5f2fdec1-e571-44e6-8f45-4cc0c83a2c7b
Feeding Your 4- to 7-Month-OldIs your baby is ready for solid foods? Learn how and when to get started.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feed47m.html/1d8d9f97-7488-4301-b9e8-8f75d4462e43
Feeding Your 8- to 12-Month-OldAt this age, babies start to explore table foods.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feed812m.html/381bc385-9743-4a54-852b-2f1e90078b86
Feeding Your NewbornThese guidelines on breastfeeding and bottle feeding can help you know what's right for you and your baby.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/feednewborn.html/31c4eb38-d266-4e5a-b06b-c7ee09d8ced8
Formula Feeding FAQs: Getting StartedShopping for formula-feeding supplies can be daunting. Here are answers to some common questions about formula feeding.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/formulafeed-starting.html/6d5a92cb-459c-427f-b107-dc59faaf85b6
Formula Feeding FAQs: How Much and How OftenGet answers to some common formula-feeding inquiries, from how much newborns eat to what their diapers might look like.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/formulafeed-often.html/7a47527c-40b7-45f8-a7e1-b37323934fdc
Formula Feeding FAQs: Preparation and StorageCheck out these formula-feeding bottle basics, from how to mix bottles to how to store them safely.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/formulafeed-storing.html/45dd3e6c-cd95-49db-8b8c-8e1abf26fcc0
Formula Feeding FAQs: Some Common ConcernsRead about how to manage common formula-feeding concerns, from spitting up and fussiness to gas and milk allergies.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/formulafeed-concerns.html/c24a582e-fa68-4a7b-9d43-7f45f9d18fe6
Formula Feeding FAQs: Starting Solids and MilkFind answers to common inquiries about introducing solids and whole milk to formula-fed babies.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/formulafeed-solids.html/84a9c3c9-3852-4d7b-90d4-b9ab25f97268
How to Bottle-Feed Your Baby (Video)With a little preparation and practice, you can bottle-feed your baby. Learn how in this step-by-step video. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/bottle-feed-video.html/cd46b600-bcb0-4894-a494-b75ce54f14af
Stopping the BottleTransitioning a baby from a bottle to a cup isn't always easy, as babies can become attached to their bottles. These tips can help parents make the switch.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/no-bottles.html/9ba81958-fdcb-4b60-a9d7-3ab7feb5cd74
When Can Babies Start Drinking Cow's Milk?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/cow-milk.html/00537b96-45fd-41a2-8d09-ecd7d8ac2961
When Can My Baby Start Eating Solid Foods?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/solid-foods.html/03b46412-cc73-43e1-ad46-1c5b11043c38
PregnancypregnancyLearn all about your pregnancyhttps://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/pregnancy/2cabd64e-03b1-4bf0-bd30-f459c6b70ab9pregnancy, newborns, i'm pregnant, expecting a child, infants, babies, prenatal, feeding, starting solids, solid food, introducing solid foods, toddler, baby, breastfeed, formula, bottle, breastfeeding,
10 Things That Might Surprise You About Being PregnantHere are 10 common surprises that can come with pregnancy.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy.html/69d2735f-ba99-483c-baa7-9dd859fca057
5 Things to Know About Zika and PregnancyZika virus, spread by mosquitoes, is the cause of a serious birth defect. Here are 5 things to know about Zika and pregnancy.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/5-zika.html/d8f48f6c-d73c-4457-ae8a-eb4322195c50
5 Ways to Prevent Early Labor (Slideshow)It's best for babies not to be born before they're due. Learn what you can do to prevent early labor.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/labor-slideshow.html/dc5f2805-0284-4799-90da-61c1394aaf64
A Week-by-Week Pregnancy CalendarOur week-by-week illustrated pregnancy calendar is a detailed guide to all the changes taking place in your baby - and in you!https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-calendar-intro.html/f08368e4-e28d-4773-a168-306afac33137
Eating During PregnancyTo eat well during pregnancy, your extra calories should come from nutritious foods that contribute to your baby's growth and development.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/eating-pregnancy.html/d1bea4f3-86e5-4b49-80c3-45c58c1d0fd4
Exercising During PregnancyMost women benefit greatly from exercising throughout their pregnancies. But during that time, you'll need to make a few changes to your normal exercise routine.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/exercising-pregnancy.html/0a251bbd-332e-4bcd-b36a-dd4d12e27ca4
Folic Acid and PregnancyOne of the most important things you can do to help prevent serious birth defects in your baby is to get enough folic acid every day - especially before conception and during early pregnancy.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/preg-folic-acid.html/08795631-a35f-4ff0-b855-ec8af80b7b0c
Medical Care During PregnancyThe sooner in pregnancy good care begins, the better for the health of both moms and their babies. Here's what to expect.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/medical-care-pregnancy.html/697236c0-1f7e-4c28-bfc6-39ccf8ae2624
Pregnancy Precautions: FAQsMoms-to-be have a lot of questions about what's safe during pregnancy. Keep your sanity by knowing what you can - and can't - do before your baby arrives.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-precautions.html/a5ee5bb7-1d8e-4553-b7bb-cec3f26960c6
Pregnancy Slideshow (Baby)This week‑by‑week pregnancy calendar shows you some of the important developments taking place as your baby grows.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/babyslideshow.html/28036d22-02c7-476e-95b9-3b0cc1bbc849
Pregnancy Slideshow (Mom & Baby)Here's a peek at what's going on inside your body during the amazing 40 weeks of pregnancy. Watch your belly — and your baby — grow!https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/momandbaby-slideshow.html/0cb7cd74-f31b-4058-97bf-afe8f84ad737
Pregnant or Breastfeeding? Nutrients You NeedLearn which nutrients you need while pregnant or breastfeeding, and easy ways to add them to your diet.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/moms-nutrients.html/5186a8b0-6ccd-4a91-b897-4a71a77c503d
Prenatal Test: AmniocentesisThis test takes a sample of the amniotic fluid. In the second trimester, it can show signs of chromosomal disorders, genetic problems, and neural tube defects. In the third trimester, it can check for infection and Rh incompatibility, and reveal if a baby's lungs are strong enough to breathe normally after birth.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/prenatal-amniocentesis.html/5fd3532f-16f6-461d-9b3d-4f27d064ea9b
Prenatal Test: Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS)A chorionic villus sampling (CVS) checks cells from the placenta for chromosomal abnormalities. Most women whose pregnancies are not high-risk don't need this test.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/prenatal-cvs.html/ad2a2ff6-d1a0-415b-9d7d-acef9bedc8d3
Prenatal Test: Contraction Stress TestA contraction stress test measures the fetal heart rate to ensure that a baby can handle contractions during labor.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/prenatal-contraction-stress.html/83527274-646e-41c6-bd32-1ae2eec7a468
Prenatal Test: First Trimester ScreeningThe first trimester screening (or first trimester screen) includes a blood test and an ultrasound exam. It's done to see if a fetus is at risk for a chromosomal abnormality or birth defect.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/prenatal-screen.html/810a0e81-22f2-435c-a1d8-1710d25edec8
Prenatal Test: Glucose ScreeningGlucose screenings check for gestational diabetes, a short-term form of diabetes that some women develop during pregnancy.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/prenatal-glucose.html/a5192b7e-9224-402e-b8b4-7585771bb648
Prenatal Test: Nonstress TestThis test checks to see if the baby responds normally to stimulation and is getting enough oxygen. It's done to check on the health of the fetus in a high-risk pregnancy or when the due date has passed. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/prenatal-nonstress.html/76b604dd-ff84-4694-9ff5-52281b73dc24
Prenatal Test: Percutaneous Umbilical Blood Sampling (PUBS)This quick test examines fetal blood directly from the umbilical cord. It's used to detect disorders in the fetus. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/prenatal-pubs.html/5d54c50c-8330-4a32-822c-e65c8042fc75
Sex During PregnancyLike many parents-to-be, you might have questions about the safety of sex and what's "normal." That can vary widely, but you can be sure that your sex life will change during pregnancy.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sex-pregnancy.html/aaf02996-3fa4-4f84-9c62-afe35ac83d63
Sleeping During PregnancyCatching enough ZZZs during pregnancy can be difficult for many women. Here's why - plus tips for better sleep.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sleep-during-pregnancy.html/cb7d156a-3104-4a01-9ad6-4f2853740841
Staying Healthy During PregnancyDuring your pregnancy, you'll probably get advice from everyone. But staying healthy depends on you - read about the many ways to keep you and your baby as healthy as possible.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/preg-health.html/7e686897-565d-4171-9629-1e551abffa89
Taking Care of Your Mental Health During PregnancyPregnancy brings a mix of feelings, and not all of them are good. It can be even harder if you're dealing with depression or anxiety.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnant-mental-health.html/6ce5cbea-a536-4a5e-94a8-0a8a737cdf82
What Are the Risks of Smoking During Pregnancy?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/preg-smoking.html/29102a61-ba23-4ebf-9222-d8be83297295
What Is Gestational Diabetes?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/gestational-diabetes.html/41577abc-686a-452e-a891-e76a1b4501f9
Learning, Play & Your BabylearningMonth-by-month guides to play and learning in the first year of life. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/learning/88e89928-3b5d-40ee-902e-517968a5c338pregnancy, newborns, i'm pregnant, expecting a child, finding a pediatrician, sids, birth, delivery, premature baby, infants, babies, prenatal, feeding
Bonding With Your BabyBonding, the intense attachment that develops between you and your baby, is completely natural. And it's probably one of the most pleasurable aspects of infant care.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/bonding.html/44b3059f-95ed-42da-9c8a-1861e13226ef
Choosing Safe Baby Products: ToysAll toys you select for your baby or toddler should meet safety standards. These tips can help you find safe toys for your little one. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/products-toys.html/71df43b3-70e1-478e-b6df-c52477e556b3
Learning, Play, and Your 8- to 12-Month-OldYour baby is learning more about the world through play and is beginning to use words. Keep those toys and games coming!https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/learn812m.html/55bb6c92-9363-4394-924f-04470e0f1a72
Learning, Play, and Your 1- to 2-Year-OldKids go from babies to toddlers during this time, from first steps to walking well. They also make major strides in language and communication.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/learn12yr.html/02f47f2b-8593-4120-a748-4db6da7c750e
Learning, Play, and Your 1- to 3-Month-OldAfter learning to recognize your voice, your face, and your touch, your baby will start responding more to you during these months and even give you a smile!https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/learn13m.html/c21bc2aa-024b-425b-8d81-d6883141ddcf
Learning, Play, and Your 4- to 7-Month-OldYour infant will learn to sit during this time, and in the next few months will begin exploring by reaching out for objects, grasping and inspecting them.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/learn47m.html/2432a854-028b-4052-abde-255b5dea3f73
Learning, Play, and Your NewbornPlay is the primary way that infants learn how to move, communicate, socialize, and understand their surroundings. And during the first month of life, your baby will learn by interacting with you.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/learnnewborn.html/43b40b93-3a6c-4eb0-9bdf-7cf7662f3a2f
Reading Books to BabiesReading aloud to your baby stimulates developing senses, and builds listening and memory skills that can help your baby grow up to be a reader.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/reading-babies.html/c89b6da7-dc05-43cd-8dae-5e40bd2a8e50
Communicating With Your BabycommunicatingThough most can't talk, babies are great communicators. Here's what to expect in the first year of life.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/communicating/3a418216-1017-4782-9a5b-3388fbbc986apregnancy, newborns, i'm pregnant, expecting a child, finding a pediatrician, sids, birth, delivery, premature baby, infants, babies, prenatal, feeding
Bonding With Your BabyBonding, the intense attachment that develops between you and your baby, is completely natural. And it's probably one of the most pleasurable aspects of infant care.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/bonding.html/44b3059f-95ed-42da-9c8a-1861e13226ef
Communication and Your 1- to 2-Year-OldYour toddler is probably saying a few first words now, but you may not be able to understand them all. Learn about how your child is communicating.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/c12yr.html/0e17c1ef-a517-4bd7-b468-85c5e2aefcf4
Communication and Your 1- to 3-Month-OldYour baby is learning to communicate through facial expressions like smiling or frowning as well as crying, squealing, babbling, and laughing. And those sounds are early attempts to speak!https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/c13m.html/b386ba6a-5de8-4112-a490-04fbe19f6573
Communication and Your 2- to 3-Year-OldCommunicating with a child is one of the most pleasurable and rewarding experiences for both parent and child. Learn how to connect with your 2- to 3-year-old.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/comm-2-to-3.html/a6e39b80-52c7-4dc8-90eb-a8a5ce10475b
Communication and Your 4- to 7-Month-OldYour baby's range of sounds and facial expressions continues to grow, and your baby is also imitating sounds, which are the first attempts at speaking.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/c47m.html/e70bd1e9-c8ff-4812-be70-f223b4769b20
Communication and Your 8- to 12-Month-OldBabies this age might be about to say their first words, and communicate using body language. Read more about communicating with your baby.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/c812m.html/eadfc27c-ea4e-4cd4-ac58-b4a94c0ef022
Communication and Your NewbornFrom birth, your newborn has been communicating with you. Crying may seem like a foreign language, but soon you'll know what your baby needs - a diaper change, a feeding, or your touch.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/cnewborn.html/804c85f1-c9ab-4f9a-b025-1d0c3005e81a
Does My Toddler Have a Language Delay?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/language-delay.html/cf57cce8-48ec-4191-8c3c-00ab54069967
Reading Books to BabiesReading aloud to your baby stimulates developing senses, and builds listening and memory skills that can help your baby grow up to be a reader.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/reading-babies.html/c89b6da7-dc05-43cd-8dae-5e40bd2a8e50
Separation AnxietyTeary and tantrum-filled goodbyes are common with separation anxiety, which is a perfectly normal part of childhood development.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sep-anxiety.html/6647a157-7e1c-4c5a-80fb-a02234eca7cc
Sleep & Your BabysleepWorried about your baby's sleeping patterns? Here's what to expect and how to foster good sleep habits. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/sleep/b77dd595-fb4c-4069-bf94-69b5afaaafdfpregnancy, newborns, i'm pregnant, expecting a child, finding a pediatrician, sids, birth, delivery, premature baby, infants, babies, prenatal, feeding
Bed-SharingBed-sharing increases the risk of sleep-related deaths, including SIDS. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends room-sharing without bed-sharing for the safest sleep environment.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/cosleeping.html/12645cbd-51d9-4eb4-b68f-666ee3bae9ec
Breastfeeding FAQs: Sleep - Yours and Your Baby'sHere are answers to some common questions about breastfed babies and sleep - from where they should snooze to when they'll finally start sleeping through the night.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/breastfeed-sleep.html/2eeb11e1-4b89-49a8-8a7f-ac55901aa2d6
Flat Head Syndrome (Positional Plagiocephaly)Babies can develop a flat spot on the back of their heads, usually from sleeping in the same position too long. Alternating your baby's sleep position and providing lots of "tummy time" can help.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/positional-plagiocephaly.html/1865b41e-75ec-4177-b337-911e03786255
Helping Your Baby Sleep (Video)All new parents want their babies to sleep well. Here's what to expect in that first year, and how to help your baby sleep. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/helpingbabysleep-video.html/735d7a77-ae30-4d5c-8ed3-6f6ef861912c
Helping Your Toddler Sleep (Video)Many parents struggle to get their toddlers to sleep. Get advice on how you can encourage sleep and promote habits that last a lifetime. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/toddlersleep-video.html/ddab51b1-d71b-4389-9c2e-59941488f3ae
How Can I Be Sure My Baby Stays on Her Back While She Sleeps?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/back-sleep.html/e79fd1ae-5999-487e-9b7b-64c632076f12
Is Bed-Sharing OK for My Baby?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/qa-cosleeping.html/00a03754-417f-4b79-a24b-f69bbdaa558c
NapsA good nap can keep kids from becoming overtired, which not only takes a toll on their moods but might make it harder for them to fall asleep at night.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/naps.html/ccd00d82-d592-4354-9ecb-09606a77ed78
Safe Sleep for Babies (Video)Guard against sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) by learning how to safely put your baby to sleep. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/safesleep-video.html/f34c4019-1d5a-473c-bf48-59453d6f52c5
Sleep and Your 1- to 2-Year-OldNighttime feedings may be a thing of the past, but in this second year of life your tot might be rising for other reasons. Learn more.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sleep12yr.html/2ae39128-646c-49f8-a688-0b4f3e97aecb
Sleep and Your 1- to 3-Month-OldAt this age, babies generally have their days and nights straightened out. Many infants even "sleep through the night," which means 5 or 6 hours at a time.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sleep13m.html/2b29e784-62a4-46fd-b270-ea8055ef7c46
Sleep and Your 4- to 7-Month-OldBy this age, your baby should be on the way to having a regular sleep pattern, sleeping longer at night, and taking 2 or 3 naps during the day.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sleep47m.html/09851fbb-44e6-4d18-907c-e36db668b800
Sleep and Your 8- to 12-Month-OldSleep problems are common in the second half of a baby's first year. It's best to respond to your baby's needs with the right balance of concern and consistency.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sleep812m.html/5960b3ac-c3d8-4e3f-8e32-81814a060297
Sleep and Your NewbornNewborn babies don’t yet have a sense of day and night. They wake often to eat – no matter what time it is.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sleepnewborn.html/4f31c9a3-e06c-4c79-9823-95b98e46ec43
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)SIDS is the leading cause of death among infants 1 month to 1 year old. Though SIDS remains unpredictable, you can help reduce your infant's risk.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sids.html/58ae28d3-c0fd-4dd9-af5f-c37c0474ff17
The Senses & Your BabysensesLearn how your baby develops the senses of sight, sound, touch, and taste.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/senses/a00ef2b6-1707-4358-9e89-410d6a0d68f3pregnancy, newborns, i'm pregnant, expecting a child, finding a pediatrician, sids, birth, delivery, premature baby, infants, babies, prenatal, feeding
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 1 MonthYour baby is experiencing the first sights, sounds, and smells of the world through all five senses. What are your baby's responses to light, noise, touch, and familiar faces?https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sense13m.html/2183fdcf-7378-419e-b07d-4b4476594033
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 10 MonthsHere's how you can stimulate your baby's senses and provide a safe environment for exploration.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/senses-10mos.html/9f24caa3-4008-4d3d-8007-18dd98a05436
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 11 MonthsHere's how you can stimulate your baby's senses and provide a safe environment for exploration.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/senses-11mos.html/0ff1fa2d-cb51-4b13-bc94-69ddbd3ee89d
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 12 MonthsHere's how you can stimulate your baby's senses and provide a safe environment for exploration.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/senses-12mos.html/f6d611c8-3701-490a-a63b-105edc38f08d
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 2 MonthsYour baby experiences sights, sounds, and smells with the five senses. Here's what your baby is experiencing at 2 months.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/senses-2mos.html/5f07c3c3-486e-4d56-92a8-dfd95f768e83
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 3 MonthsYour baby experiences sights, sounds, and smells with the five senses. Here's what your baby is experiencing at 3 months.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/senses-3mos.html/a2debf4b-ad8e-4515-81d6-ee6b664fa144
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 4 MonthsYour baby is working on all five senses, understanding and anticipating more and more. How can you stimulate your baby's senses?https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sense47m.html/73a0ed6b-dc66-4fae-a9a0-1c80edd9ac8f
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 5 MonthsYour baby is working on all five senses, understanding and anticipating more and more. How can you stimulate your baby's senses?https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/senses-5mos.html/4b64cc90-1bbf-4554-b30a-61ee753eab92
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 6 MonthsYour baby is working on all five senses, understanding and anticipating more and more. How can you stimulate your baby's senses?https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/senses-6mos.html/4a92f4c8-74b7-401e-95d2-892f81fd6627
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 7 MonthsThe senses help your baby learn about the world. Here's what your baby is experiencing at 7 months.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/senses-7mos.html/c1ddc823-e1f3-4671-b193-266a04e9642a
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 8 MonthsHere's how you can stimulate your baby's senses and provide a safe environment for exploration.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sense812m.html/e5bcadaf-0596-4ddc-b3e1-9d1ea2fdb65b
Your Baby's Hearing, Vision, and Other Senses: 9 MonthsHere's how you can stimulate your baby's senses and provide a safe environment for exploration.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/senses-9mos.html/9383bde9-6753-48f7-9ddc-b002b4179f9e
Your Newborn's Hearing, Vision, and Other SensesYour newborn is taking in first sights, sounds, and smells while learning to explore the world through the senses. What are your baby's responses to light, noise, and touch?https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/sensenewborn.html/d9135684-7436-441f-940c-f50074b15494
Movement, Coordination & Your BabymovementMonth-by-month guides on motor skill development in the first year.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/movement/227d4eba-8c93-4888-a98e-5fc0c1e679a5pregnancy, newborns, i'm pregnant, expecting a child, finding a pediatrician, sids, birth, delivery, premature baby, infants, babies, prenatal, feeding
In-toeing & Out-toeing in ToddlersWhat is in-toeing and how will it affect your child? Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/gait.html/cdae53c0-4d7c-452f-abb0-0b4f9552529a
Movement, Coordination, and Your 1- to 2-Year-OldMost toddlers this age are walking and gaining even more control over their hands and fingers. Give your child lots of fun (and safe) things to do to encourage this development.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/move12yr.html/3c148075-4dfa-4a4c-bc9d-9cf88428c608
Movement, Coordination, and Your 1- to 3-Month-OldThe reflexes they had just after birth start to disappear as babies this age gain more control over movements and interact more with their environment.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/move13m.html/9bdfa795-4977-40bd-9fe1-ac63a82a9c46
Movement, Coordination, and Your 8- to 12-Month-OldFrom scooting to crawling to cruising, during these months, babies are learning how to get around.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/move812m.html/1222b2c2-6ba5-4c43-82df-ea77f479abd8
Tummy TimeTummy time helps babies strengthen their neck and shoulder muscles and prepare them for crawling. Here's how to do it.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/tummy-time.html/7be90b4b-2b7f-4ba4-a14a-e32b924e7c28
Medical Care & Your Babymedical-careLearn when to get vaccines, check-ups, and more.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/pregnancy-newborn/medical-care/df3dfd7e-c2c0-428d-9bad-86c3f01847fepregnancy, newborns, i'm pregnant, expecting a child, finding a pediatrician, sids, birth, delivery, premature baby, infants, babies, prenatal, feeding
Birthing Centers and Hospital Maternity ServicesWhere you choose to give birth is an important decision. Is a hospital or a birth center right for you? Knowing the facts can help you make your decision.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/birth-centers-hospitals.html/85ac13f2-2f5a-4538-92c2-d58d2ed01770
Choosing a Pediatrician for Your New BabyAlong with considering baby names and buying a crib, choosing the right health care provider should be on your to-do list when you're expecting.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/find-ped.html/c725dccf-c990-44c9-a772-e3f0569a7b04
Common Questions About ImmunizationsImmunizations have protected millions of children from potentially deadly diseases. Learn about immunizations and find out exactly what they do - and what they don't.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/fact-myth-immunizations.html/f6cd5f64-54b9-49ed-a7aa-bdb2a2c06fbc
Fetal Lung Mass A fetal lung mass is an unusual lump that grows inside or next to an unborn baby’s lung. Some are treated before birth, while others are removed after the baby is born.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/fetal-lung-mass.html/359ea558-0011-4a17-9e33-68db50810305
How Can I Comfort My Baby During Shots?Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/baby-vaccinations.html/c99bdd31-450e-4add-b5a9-707c8bd6d270
How Vaccines Help (Video)Vaccines help keep kids healthy, but many parents still have questions about them. Get answers here. https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/vaccine-video.html/381d8b32-8c56-41c1-b6b5-247544dcac7e
Immunization ScheduleWhich vaccines does your child need and when? Use this immunization schedule as a handy reference.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/immunization-chart.html/493262e7-24bd-49f0-8d05-3d4f12b75ca5
Medical Care During PregnancyThe sooner in pregnancy good care begins, the better for the health of both moms and their babies. Here's what to expect.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/medical-care-pregnancy.html/697236c0-1f7e-4c28-bfc6-39ccf8ae2624
Medical Care and Your 1- to 2-Year-OldThe toddler months might continue to bring colds, bruises, and other minor emergencies, but you'll also find yourself dealing with your toddler's emerging independence.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/med12yr.html/0fead6f7-706f-4fd9-885d-cd3b62f637ad
Medical Care and Your 1- to 3-Month-OldYou probably have lots of questions about your baby's health. When should you call the doctor, and what medical care should you expect for your baby at this age?https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/med13m.html/8da68fe2-1903-46c2-aafd-c045d97f66d7
Medical Care and Your 2- to 3-Year-OldRegular well-child exams are essential to keeping kids healthy and up-to-date with immunizations against dangerous diseases. Here's what to expect at the doctor's office.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/medical-care-2-3.html/24250093-6a27-48ef-ae9e-3d8fde461287
Medical Care and Your 4- to 7-Month-OldBecause your baby begins to show his or her personality during these months, your questions may move from simple sleeping and eating concerns to those about physical and social development.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/med47m.html/c32d222a-bdc8-48ce-aa57-0f6c2d8a4439
Medical Care and Your 8- to 12-Month-OldAs your baby becomes more independent, you may have questions about how to prevent bumps and bruises. Here are some other topics you'll cover with your doctor.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/med812m.html/3e2e23a4-6e5f-415b-b0a6-b2c5d10115c9
Medical Care and Your NewbornBy the time you hold your new baby for the first time, you've probably chosen your little one's doctor. Learn about your newborn's medical care.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/mednewborn.html/bbcc2be8-a088-404a-bd56-f3fc8f953710
Newborn Screening TestsNewborn screening tests look for health conditions that aren't apparent at birth. Find out which tests are done.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/newborn-screening-tests.html/88c38a58-3915-44d8-aac8-2154433e4fab
OmphaloceleA baby born with an omphalocele has an opening where the umbilical cord goes into the belly. Some openings close on their own, but many need treatment, including surgery.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/omphalocele.html/bd1b4497-b9d2-4f89-ac39-2b32eeb73b5a
Preparing Your Child for Visits to the DoctorWhen kids know they're "going to the doctor," many become worried about the visit. Here's how to help them.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/dr-visits.html/b68e9bb7-500a-4840-a4f1-f15f6998364b
Talking to Your Child's DoctorBuilding a relationship with your child's doctor requires communication and reasonable expectations.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/talk-doctor.html/27ae947a-1ed1-435e-ab95-61c84d7fde8d
Why Do Newborns Need a Vitamin K Shot?Why do newborns need a dose of vitamin K at birth? Find out what the experts have to say.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/vitamin-k-shot.html/33001eb3-c26e-4963-a362-ce8c76d21e31
Your Child's Checkup: 1 MonthFind out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your baby might be doing by the first month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/checkup-1mo.html/169b762b-8b52-41db-8134-c0c514badc73
Your Child's Checkup: 1 Year (12 Months)Find out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your baby might be doing by the first birthday.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/checkup-1-yr.html/05c4f8db-c67f-42e8-ac53-cc3ca381b1f2
Your Child's Checkup: 1.5 Years (18 Months)Find out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your toddler might be doing by 18 months.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/checkup-18mos.html/1399d019-4321-4475-b4c7-8404414451d1
Your Child's Checkup: 15 MonthsFind out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your toddler might be doing by 15 months.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/checkup-15mos.html/da60925b-3140-41bf-9f0e-78922014cb52
Your Child's Checkup: 2 MonthsFind out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your baby might be doing by the second month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/checkup-2mos.html/2fdc07e0-80ba-4d49-99ad-be2b76b0e75d
Your Child's Checkup: 2 Years (24 Months)Find out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your child might be doing by the second year.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/checkup-2yrs.html/12ef5a8b-a70f-4e94-8fe5-f57ee7c46734
Your Child's Checkup: 3 to 5 DaysFind out what this doctor's checkup will involve a few days after your baby is born.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/checkup-2weeks.html/b110eacb-2ba9-40ea-9af5-16b316e7154c
Your Child's Checkup: 4 MonthsFind out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your baby might be doing by the fourth month.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/checkup-4mos.html/81c1710a-629b-403d-a903-5b53c1a8e2cf
Your Child's Checkup: 6 MonthsFind out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your baby might be doing by 6 months.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/checkup-6mos.html/edc3829e-84a9-4a0a-809e-360686d68190
Your Child's Checkup: 9 MonthsFind out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your baby might be doing by 9 months old.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/checkup-9mos.html/6eed86a4-7945-4a5a-8009-57b5643ed680
Your Child's Checkup: NewbornFind out what this doctor's checkup will involve after your baby arrives.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/checkup-hospital.html/668479bc-ffc7-4a76-89ed-e780611ba00f
Your Child's ImmunizationsImmunizations protect kids from many dangerous diseases. Find out what vaccines your child needs to grow up healthy.https://kidshealth.org/ws/DaytonChildrens/en/parents/vaccine.html/b06a1e85-c797-4b31-bd74-814841e4cb8b