The great outdoors can seem not-so-great when your baby is itchy, sunburned, or suffering from bug bites.
Here you'll get outdoor safety tips for summer and winter - plus learn how to keep your baby safe in the playground and water.
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He can't even crawl yet -- what are the chances your baby will have a serious accident? Unfortunately, they're higher than you'd think. Accidental death rates for babies under age 1 are twice as high as those for kids between 1 and 5. The good news is that with a little care and forethought, you can easily avoid most hazards. Try these tips to protect your child.
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You're envisioning cozy nursing sessions in your new glider, visits from FOBs (friends of baby), and rocking your newborn to sleep. You'll get there, Mom! Use our guide to prepare now so you aren't blindsided by feeling sore, sleepy, and a little weepy during those early days.