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Baby Tips: The chart above is one of those “arbitrary” charts that I said not to compare your baby to. This is only here to give you some idea of how your baby’s first year might develop. Remember, every baby does these things at his own pace.

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Printable Height Weight Chart for Girls - Jillian is about 2 months ahead of schedule for weight, but the height seems off. At 13 months she's 30.5 inches. According to this, she's taller than a 2 year old. Ummmm..

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from notonthehighstreet.com

Personalised 'Kids Rule' Wooden Ruler Height Chart

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Ever wonder what sort of activities to do with your infant? Get ideas with this printable guide to developmentally-appropriate play.
from Of The Hearth

What To Do With Baby: A Guide to Developmentally Appropriate Play

Ever wonder what sort of activities to do with your infant? Get ideas with this printable guide to developmentally-appropriate play.

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from Verywell

Confused by Growth Charts for Children? Look No Further

Birth to 36 months-Boys chart for length and weight for age percentiles

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from Wee Bee Dreaming Pediatric Sleep Consulting

How the Wonder Weeks Affect Sleep

Source: The Wonder Weeks HOW TO USE THIS CHART: After speaking with the good folks at 'The Wonder Weeks', they want to encourage parents to remember that just because baby is in a 'stormy' period, it doesn't mean we should stop parenting them (with the mindset that "Oh! It's okay, they're just in a Wonder Week!") In fact, the exact opposite is true, baby needs you more during these stormy periods. If you are well-informed about each of the wonder weeks (and I encourage you to read up even…

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from About.com Health

Why Breastfed Babies Under Age Two Should Use WHO Growth Charts

WHO Growth Chart for Boys - Birth to 24 months: For predominantly breast-fed babies (different from the standard CDC chart that reflects predominantly formula-fed babies). Breast-fed babies gain weight differently than formula-fed. In the first 6 months, breast-fed weigh more than formula-fed. Then after 6 months, the role begins to reverse where formula-fed babies surpass the weight of breast-fed babies. This information is good to know if you intend to use breast milk as your main milk…

from BuzzFeed

23 Incredibly Helpful Charts For New Parents

23 Incredibly Helpful Charts For New Parents ** NO baby should have anything more than breastmilk or formula until at least 6 months per AAP & WHO due to virgin gut***

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