Your little social butterfly is sharing those precious smiles and laughs with the world now. From peek-a-boo to repetition games, we'll teach you how to coax out the giggles.
Plus, we'll tell you when you can expect your baby to start laughing.
Those first gummy grins are actually just a reflex, but over the course of the next 12 months your baby will start to smile as a way of expressing pleasure, communicating with you, and, finally, developing a sense of humor. We'll take you through the stages.
All milestones in Baby's first year are special, but some are especially sweet. Moments like smiling and blowing kisses are also worth tracking on your infant development chart. Find out when to expect these developmental milestones and more.
Thanks for all of the LOLs and Likes! We are still cracking up over your comments on these images. Here are the most popular humorous images we posted on Facebook -- and your favorite comments about them!
As a parent of a child with speech and social-emotional delays
who's been through the process of early intervention, I can tell you firsthand that finding help doesn't have to be overwhelming or scary. There's plenty of support for your child -- and for you, too.
Whether you're expecting multiples or navigating life with twins, triplets, or more, you'll appreciate advice on how to survive -- and thrive. Here's what you need to know to get through the stages that lie ahead.