Throughout the first year of life, your baby will change rapidly. By the end of the year, she may be starting to walk, saying simple words like “mama” and “dada,” and will see her caregivers as the center of her universe. As you learn more about your baby and how she communicates what she needs you will begin to adjust to the daily demands all young babies require. By responding consistently to your baby’s needs, you will help form a vital connection that will last a lifetime.
Navigating the Baby Formula Shortage
The current shortage of baby formula in the United States is causing a significant amount of stress for many but there are solutions that parents and guardians can explore.
Transitioning to Solid Foods
By the time your baby is six months old you will probably have developed a good feeding routine and be able to clearly read her hunger cues. You may begin to notice around this time that she is still hungry after feedings.
Signs of Dehydration in Infants & Children
Knowing the signs of dehydration in children and infants can help protect them from life threatening illnesses and even death.