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Oct 17, 2014
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The Baby Channel App for Smart TV
May 26, 2014
The Baby Channel - The ultimate channel for babies and toddlers aged 0 to 5, packed with over 200 hours of programs, including non dialogue content. 'The Bab...
New baby bed standards toughest in world
In June, it became illegal in the U.S. to sell or even donate a crib that fails to meet the toughest crib safety rules in the world.
Pilot Club sponsors safer car seats
Twenty-three people showed up Sept. 19 at the parking lot of Ingles supermarket on U.S. Highway 29 South in Hull to have their child safety seats checked, according to the Pilot Club of Madison County, which sponsored the event.
How To Change A Diaper
Changing diapers is a rite of passage for every new parent. But don't worry. You'll get really good at it in no time because you'll be changing so many of them! Read on for some great diapering advice.
It's Bath Time!
Most babies love a nice bath. It's warm, it's soothing and it's relaxing. And because babies love skin-to-skin contact, bathing offers another great opportunity for warm interaction between you and your little one.
The Top Five Mistakes Parents Make With Car Seats
As many as half of the car seats in use today are installed incorrectly. Here, a look at the top five mistakes people make when it comes to car seats, with advice on how to correct them from Julie Prom, a certified child passenger safety expert based in Stafford, Va.
Your Active 11-month-old
Baby talk -- it's so sweet and yet so important to a lifetime of communication for your child. Isn't it amazing how much baby's connecting with the world around him? And he needs your help more than ever to learn about the language of life.
Keeping Your Baby Warm
Newborn babies need to be kept warm. That's why your baby was bundled up in a receiving blanket in the hospital nursery. Your baby doesn't have the ability to adjust her body temperature the way you do, so it's up to you to keep her at the right temperature. Here are some tips for keeping your baby at the right temperature: