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Do you have any guidelines for postpartum exercise?

Start out slowly. You need to conserve your energy to recover from labor and delivery. Many medical practitioners advise waiting until after your first postpartum checkup (usually six weeks after delivery) to resume an exercise program. But if you were active before and during your pregnancy, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says you can start as soon as you feel able.
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Your 3-month-old: Week 1

How your baby& 39;s growingYour baby has been able to recognize you since he was just a few days old, but now he may actually be able to show it. About half of babies this age begin to exhibit an obvious recognition of their parents.Your baby will probably continue to smile at strangers, especially when they look him straight in the eye and coo or talk to him.
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How to choose baby products and materials?

Every family that owns or expects a baby usually comes to the fore with baby products and baby supplies. Choosing a baby product is a confusing issue for families as well as enjoyable. Because there are more important issues in the goods than choosing the beautiful one; they are also choosing what is safe and healthy.
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Best sleepers and bassinets

Keeping your baby close can help everyone sleep better. Size, convenience, and design drive these top choices.Editor& 39;s Note: April 8, 2019 – The original 2018 Moms& 39; Pick for best bassinet or sleeper was the Fisher Price Rock & 39;n Play Sleeper, which has recently come under scrutiny for potential safety and/or usage issues.
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How to buy baby clothes

The lowdown on baby clothesBetween feeding, changing, burping, and soothing, the last thing you want to worry about is baby clothes that take too much effort, rub your baby the wrong way, or are otherwise not worth their space in the nursery. But once you know a few simple rules for shopping, even the most harried diaper change will go more smoothly and your little one will enjoy his new world in comfort and style.
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Should I discipline a child who's bullying mine? (age 5)

There are two basic rules to live by when it comes to other people& 39;s kids: Never tell another parent how she should raise her child, and never discipline a child who& 39;s not your own. Parents have their own way of addressing their child& 39;s behavior, and though you may wish wholeheartedly that the other parent would rein in her child more firmly, it& 39;s not your call.
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