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Infant (3 to 12 months)

Fear In Kids: An Age By Age Guide

From separation anxiety, to real world disasters, to scary monsters, kids will go through a whole slew of fears from the time they are born all the way to adolescence. Here’s our age by age guide to the more common fears in kids and ways in which you can help them.

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9 Things to Know about Bathing Babies

Bath time can be a great bonding experience for parents and babies. Yet, it could also be a stressful situation filled with anxiety for parents who are not sure how to do it well and afraid of dropping or choking their babies on water.

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Babyproofing Your Home - Keep Your Infants and Toddlers Safe

Babyproof your home and keep your infants safe from the various hazards around the house, including the kitchen, bathroom and windows. Secure large items like the television to prevent it falling on your infant as he explores the home.

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Prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

Aside from putting your infant to sleep on his/her back, learn how to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). You can take several precautions to reduce your baby’s risk of SIDS in his/her first six months of life.

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Teething and Good Dental Hygiene for Your Babies and Toddlers

If you notice your baby drooling a lot, being more irritable than usual, chewing on solid objects and rubbing his/her face, he/she may be teething. He/she may also drink less than usual and cry a lot more, heart-rending especially for first-time parents.

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Clek Car Seats - Designed by Parents for Parents

Proudly designed and engineered in Canada and North America, Clek car seats are incredibly safe, stylish and comfortable. Even better, they're chemical and flame-retardant free and recyclable.

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Baby Carriers - What You Should Know

Carrying little ones in baby carriers? Learn what to take into consideration before making the purchase and how to keep them safe. Keeping your baby close to you in a wrap or similar carrier promotes bonding and boosts your oxytocin levels.

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13 Baby Carriers for Your Newborn - Part 1

In this first part of the series, explore the various types of baby carriers, such as the soft sided and the Mei Tai options. Keep your little one close to you with baby carriers like the MOBY Move. Babywear your newborn and infant in these soft-sided and Mei Tai baby carriers.

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13 Baby Carriers Part 2 - Wraps, Sling Rings and for Infants

Other options for babywearing include sling rings, wraps and infant baby carriers. Learn how to safely wear them for optimal comfort. Let your little one explore the world from the safety of a baby carrier, such as this one from Phil & Teds. In the second part of the series, check out the various baby wraps, ring slings as well as carriers for infants.

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Diaper Bag Essentials for Your First Outing With Your Baby

Whether you're visiting your child's paediatrician or a much-needed lunch with friends, here's what you need in your diaper bag. Find out what essentials you should take along with you on your first foray into the outside world with your baby.

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Baby sign language you can teach your infant

Aside from learning your baby’s non-verbal cues, teaching him/her basic sign language can help you understand his/her needs better. This is particularly useful when your baby reaches about nine months to two years old. During this time, his/her vocabulary may be growing but still limited, thus sign language may aid you in understanding what he/she wants.

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Developmental Milestones - Newborn to 1 Year

As your newborn grows, he/she will unlock plenty of major achievements, such as in their movements, developing their cognitive abilities, hearing and vision. Teach your baby how to develop essential skills like language by reading to him/her.

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Weaning and Introducing Solids to Your Baby

Introduce your child to a wide array of age-appropriate solids, while slowly weaning your baby off breast milk. After breastfeeding your baby for the first six months, you can start gradually weaning him/her and starting him/her on solids, so they can get vitamins and minerals not found in breastmilk.

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Weaning Your Baby - How and When to Start

When your baby reaches her half-birthday, you can also unlock another milestone in her life - introducing her to solids and starting baby weaning. According to the World Health Organisation and UNICEF, babies should preferably be exclusively breastfed for the first six months of life if possible. Of course, you should supplement with formula milk if necessary.

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Baby Led Weaning - Tips, Tricks and Asian Recipes

Starting your baby on solids? Here’s what to be aware of, and some tips and tricks to make mealtimes a lot easier, as well as some Asian baby led weaning recipes.

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Pacifier - Benefits, Safety and Weaning

Although pacifier use in infancy is encouraged, it's best to wean your child off the pacifier between two to four years old, or even earlier. Help your baby safely use a pacifier and then as he/she grows older, gradually reduce his/her reliance on it.

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Baby Skincare - Caring for your Infant's Sensitive Skin

Dress your baby in light, breathable fabrics and avoid ingredients that might irritate your baby’s sensitive skin. Take care of your infant’s delicate skin with these baby skincare products, as well as tips on what to do and what to avoid.

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Identifying Baby Skin Conditions

Help your little one care for her delicate skin by learning about these common skin conditions and how to treat them. Some of the common skin conditions that your baby might have include dry skin, as well as birthmarks and diaper rash. Learn how to prevent some of these conditions, where possible, and also to treat them.

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