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I Got It From My Momma: 4 Surprising Things To Thank Mom For
A love of garlic, onions and other strong flavors Babies learn to taste and smell while still in the womb, … Continued
Do All Babies Look the Same? Depends on Who You Are.
I’ve heard the claim plenty of times from friends. “Why send out baby pictures?” one asked. “All newborns look exactly … Continued
Why Your Dog Is Smarter Than My Baby
Dolphins are as smart as 3-year olds, and dogs as smart as two-year old children, and some chimps are better … Continued
Babies Can Remember People They Only Met Once
The chatty nurse enters the room to give my 6-month old baby his shots, and she immediately grimaces. “I’m so … Continued
Can You Verb Me Now?
Imagine this: a toddler watches his caregiver dig into a diaper bag. The caregiver looks down and says, “Oh, we … Continued
Faces, Spaces, Siblings: What Do Babies See All Day Long?
There comes a time in every baby’s early life when caregivers inquisitively peer over the sides of the crib. “What … Continued
Genius, As A Tot
She learned to read, then for a challenge she taught herself Spanish – at the tender age of 2. Her … Continued
Born To Swim?
Try this to trigger one of the cutest reflexes around. Just blow into a baby’s face and watch him or … Continued
Sucka, Please! Mom’s Voice Helps Babies Eat
The neonatal intensive care unit can be a scary place for premature babies: breathing machines lift and lower tiny chests, … Continued
Chew This: What Does Science Tell Us About Teething?
“Why wasn’t some more humane and less grisly teething process naturally selected for our species a few million years ago?” … Continued