Eat, sleep, poop. It seems like a simple cycle, yet the key to it all just might be getting the air out of Baby's tummy after eating. Plus: Try our no-fail tips for burping.
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Common Infant Digestive Problems
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Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, How can I ease my baby's gas?
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Around-the-clock feedings. Nursing troubles. No sleep. No problem. We'll help you through the first crazy days.
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You asked, we answered. We had real moms tell us which baby gear really got them through those first few roller-coaster months -- behold the 13 lifesavers you need to register for.
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How to create one that works for you and your child.
Most babies are ready to sleep through the night by 3 to 4 months -- if their parents let them. Learn how these common mom-and-dad errors can turn your baby into a poor sleeper.
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All right, talk about crowd sourcing! In our 16th year of compiling the most popular baby booty, we tallied 58,365 votes from parents eager to share their favorite crib, best car seat, and more. Read, then register!
Top experts and slimmed-down moms reveal the simple weight-loss strategies that really do work.
Find out the best time to try sleep training with your baby.
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A stunning, month-by-month photo gallery of pregnancy.
The one time you're actually supposed to eat more -- and now it suddenly seems like every food is off limits. Here, the final word on which foods to skip and which ones are A-OK during pregnancy.