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  • Growth & Your Baby - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents

    Learn about your baby's growth and development in the first few years of life.

  • Your Child's Development: Newborn for Parents

    Doctors use certain milestones to tell if a baby is developing as expected. Here are some things your baby may be doing this month.

  • Pregnancy & Baby - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents

    Take care of yourself and your growing family by getting the advice that all new parents and parents-to-be need. Read about babyproofing your home, staying healthy during pregnancy, coping with colic, what to expect when your little one arrives, and much more.

  • Congenital Hypothyroidism for Parents

    Some babies are born with a thyroid gland that didn't develop correctly or doesn't work as it should. This is called congenital hypothyroidism.

  • Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia for Parents

    Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) affects the adrenal glands, which make important hormones. Symptoms depend on a child's age, sex, and which hormones the adrenal glands make too little or too much of.

  • Growth & Development - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents

    What should you expect as your child grows? Learn how to understand and deal with your child's changing body and mind from infancy through the teen years.

  • Your Child's Development (Birth to 3 Years) for Parents

    Doctors use milestones to tell if a child is developing as expected. There's a wide range of what's considered normal, so some kids gain skills earlier or later than others. Here's what to expect as your child grows.

  • Movement, Coordination & Your Baby - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents

    Month-by-month guides on motor skill development in the first year.

  • Learning, Play, and Your Newborn for Parents

    Play is the primary way that infants learn how to move, communicate, socialize, and understand their surroundings. And during the first month of life, your baby will learn by interacting with you.

  • Your Child's Checkup: 3 to 5 Days for Parents

    Find out what this doctor's checkup will involve a few days after your baby is born.