Development/Milestones: Babies

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Baby Teething: Surefire Soothers

Teething symptoms generally start between 3 and 12 months. Credit: Getty Images Just when new parents start getting the hang of having...Just when new parents start getting the hang of having an infant, baby teething starts, sometimes throwing life with baby into a tailspin.

Nursery Style Ideas That Don't Cost a Fortune

Removable wall art lends versatility to a nursery's decor. Credit: Kenziepoo, Flickr Decorating a stylish nursery doesn't have to...Cute nursery ideas that won't break the bank.

Parents Can Help Babies Speak First Words

They'll be texting before you know it. Credit: Corbis. Children typically say their first word at 9 or 10 months, but it's not uncommon...Many babies don't begin talking until they are 1.

Try This: How Do You Go From a Crib to a Big-Kid Bed?

To the child-free world, moving a toddler from crib to bed might seem like a small step, but these moms prove that it is really a giant leap...
Moms weigh in on how they made the transition.

Babies Start Walking at Different Paces

Baby's first steps. Credit: Getty Images The timing of one of baby's most anticipated milestones -- the first...Every baby is different. Some take longer to learn to walk than others.

Are Your Kids Getting Enough Pretend Play Time?

Not all toys have to plug in. Credit: Getty Images Back in the day, "play time" didn't mean "screen time," because there weren't that...Children have so many electronic entertainment options that they may not be getting enough good old fashioned pretend play.

Healthy Snacks: Tasty Ideas for Kids

Healthy snacks are an important part of a kid's diet. Credit: Getty Images As any plastic baggie-toting parent knows, healthy snacks...Swap out sugar-laden snacks for healthier treats.

Baby Kicking Like Crazy? It's a Good Thing

It's good when baby kicks. Credit: Getty Images While a baby's kicking may cause some discomfort for expectant moms, health care...Think your baby is playing soccer in there? Don't worry, she'll be a star!

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