By now you have likely introduced cows milk to your child. You should offer whole milk instead of low-fat or skim milk until two years of age. Why? Babies need the good fats in whole milk for brain development. Breast milk is still plenty healthful as well.
Pediatrician Christine Wood offers advice on whole milk and bottles
Is your little one getting enough iron? The symptoms of iron deficiency are vague and non-specific, but they can include sleeping more than usual, pale lips and eyes, and lowered exercise tolerance. Your child was likely screened for iron deficiency at nine months, but if you're concerned that he isn't getting enough iron in his diet, you might want to consult the doctor. Is my baby iron deficient?
Every child outgrows the changing table sooner or later. Then what? With a little paint and some creativity, a used changing table can become an attractive addition to any room. Depending on where in the house you decide to put it, the changing table can be decorated and accessorized in many different ways. Let us inspire you!
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