Babies: Newborn – 2 yrs


Ensuring Baby’s First Steps are Successful with Pediped

Monday, July 16, 2018 By Lauren Ramirez
Ensuring Baby's First Steps are Successful with Pediped | Baby Chick

Sponsored by: This post is sponsored by Pediped but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. Photos by Tera Jones Photography. Some of your baby’s first experiences as a tiny person are those awe-inspiring, adorable milestone moments. Whether it’s her first smile, that sweet new giggle, or utterance of that long-awaited word, “mama!”. […]

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10 Travel Essentials for Baby

Friday, July 13, 2018 By Nina Spears
10 Travel Essentials for Baby | Baby Chick

This post has been sponsored by the following companies shown below. These are brands that we know, have tested, love, and trust. All opinions are my own. Traveling with baby can feel like a daunting task–especially for first time parents. You feel like you pretty much have to bring everything and the kitchen sink with […]

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8 Developmental Milestones the Books Don’t Tell You About

Tuesday, June 26, 2018 By Aimee Ketchum
8 Developmental Milestones the Books Don't Tell You About | Baby Chick

We all know the most common milestones and roughly when they should occur. Rolling, crawling, walking are the easy ones, but what about the more subtle, less-talked-about milestones that are just as important. I like to call some of these milestones mini milestones. Sometimes babies slip them in there without any fanfare. We carefully record […]

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Best Products for Teething Babies

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 By Nina Spears
Best Products for Teething Babies | Baby Chick

 This post has been sponsored by the following companies. These are brands that we know, have tested, love and trust. All opinions are our own. Teething is a real pain. Some babies experience teething as early as four months old, but it’s common to begin at around 6 months old. Once baby starts teething, he […]

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12 Tips to Fill Baby’s Word Gap

Monday, June 18, 2018 By Aimee Ketchum
12 Tips to Fill Baby’s Word Gap | Baby Chick

You’ve heard of the wage gap, the gender gap, and the price gap, but are you familiar with the gap that affects babies? No, I am not referring to Baby Gap! The word gap is a tremendous problem in America and a lot of parents are not even aware that it exists. The word gap […]

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Organic Baby Products That Help Common Baby Discomforts

Thursday, June 14, 2018 By Nina Spears
Organic Baby Products That Help Common Baby Discomforts | Baby Chick

Sponsored by: This post is sponsored by Wellements but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. All photos by Creative Clicks Photography. Parenting can be tough. This is no secret. Sometimes our babies experience discomfort from teething, constipation, colic, gas, or are just plain fussy. And it can be difficult to know what to […]

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5 Tips for Taking Baby Swimming

Thursday, June 14, 2018 By bambinomio
Tips for Taking Baby Swimming | Baby Chick

Introducing babies to swimming at a young age is the ideal way to make sure they aren’t afraid of water and learn to be safe, early on. The experts at Bambino Mio have some super tips to make sure that your baby’s first experiences in water are happy, positive and help you both to create […]

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Best Baby Toys for Sensory Development

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 By Aimee Ketchum
Best Baby Toys for Sensory Development | Baby Chick

Babies begin processing their world through their senses before they are even born. Very early in the gestational period when the fetus is only a few inches long they feel the vibrations from mom’s voice resonating through her body. Babies take in information from the world by what they see, hear, taste, smell, feel and […]

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What is Eat, Play, Sleep?

Sunday, June 10, 2018 By Jessica Tomes
What is Eat, Play, Sleep? | Baby Chick

When it comes to caring for baby, many baby experts— including the author of the widely lauded Baby Wise book — advocate a parent-led schedule. With a parent-led schedule, you (the parent) set the daily agenda: you determine when baby eats, plays, and sleeps (usually in that order). Parents who operate on this kind of […]

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The First 24-Hours of Baby’s Life

Saturday, June 9, 2018 By Nina Spears
baby's first 24 hours of life

.You have probably planned and prepared for what labor and pushing will be like, or maybe even a c-section for your birth. But not many people think about what they may expect once their little one comes into the world. Usually it’s a whirlwind of different tests, procedures, tons of swaddling, practicing breastfeeding and more. The first day of your […]

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