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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Is it normal that my baby isn’t crawling?

The average age for crawling is 8 months, but many babies wait until later to crawl, or may skip this stage entirely. If your child has had no developmental problems up to this point (she sits without support, grabs objects with both hands, uses arms and legs equally, rolls over both ways, stands on legs if supported), you don’t need […]

Braxton Hicks contractions

What are Braxton Hicks contractions? Braxton Hicks contractions are intermittent uterine contractions that start in early pregnancy, although you probably won’t notice them until sometime after midpregnancy. (Some women never notice them.) They’re named for John Braxton Hicks, the English doctor who first described them in 1872. As your pregnancy progresses, Braxton Hicks contractions tend […]

What to expect from birth to age 3

Babies grow in unique ways: The baby who sits up weeks before her peers might be one of the last to learn how to crawl. Or the 18-month-old who’s still communicating with grunts and gestures suddenly bursts forth with prepositional phrases at 2 years. That’s why we created this series of developmental guides. Since babies aren’t identical – […]

Separation anxiety

Do all babies experience separation anxiety? Yes, to a degree. Separation anxiety is a normal stage of emotional development that starts when babies begin to understand that things and people exist even when they’re not present – a concept called object permanence. At certain stages, most babies or toddlers will show true anxiety and become […]

Smart shopping tips for choosing organic fruits and vegetables

By definition, organic produce refers to fruits and vegetables grown without the use of most synthetic pesticides. If you’d like to buy organic food but find it’s too expensive, you can prioritize by buying organic versions of the Dirty Dozen – 12 fruits and vegetables found to have the highest levels of pesticide residue. The list is […]