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Is it true that babies who are long when they're born will grow up to be tall?

Yes, long babies do tend to grow up to be tall adults.The height of a baby& 39;s parents is another clue to whether or not he& 39;ll be tall enough to slam dunk. Babies do inherit their parents& 39; body types — tall, short, heavy, or slender.Based on this genetic factor, you can estimate your child& 39;s adult height by adding Mom& 39;s and Dad& 39;s heights (in inches), dividing that number by two, and adding 2.
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Breast pump and breastfeeding products

Breast milk is the most beautiful gift of nature to the baby. It is of utmost importance that babies are exclusively breastfed for at least 6 months from birth. The body of the expectant mother begins to prepare naturally for milk production. There is no need to do anything special in breast care during pregnancy. From the fourth and fifth months of pregnancy, breasts have the ability to produce milk when the hormone responsible for the production of prolactin is secreted.
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When can I stop using the baby monitor?

You can stop using a baby monitor whenever you& 39;d like. But turning the monitor off at night when your baby& 39;s around 6 months old, might actually help you get a better night& 39;s sleep — and help your baby develop healthy sleep habits.Once your baby& 39;s old enough to sleep with less frequent night feedings, you may want to stop yourself from rushing to his room whenever he stirs.
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Julie Beer

Our site is committed to providing the most helpful and trustworthy pregnancy and parenting information in the world. Our content is doctor approved and evidence based, and our community is moderated, lively, and welcoming. With thousands of award-winning articles and community groups, you can track your pregnancy and baby& 39;s growth, get answers to your toughest questions, and connect with moms, dads, and expectant parents just like you.
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Is it true that pregnant women shouldn't take baths?

It& 39;s fine to take baths while you& 39;re pregnant as long as the water isn& 39;t too hot. Avoid soaking in water that& 39;s hot enough to raise your body temperature higher than 102.2 degrees Fahrenheit for more than 10 minutes. A temperature that high can create a number of problems for you and your baby, including:A drop in blood pressure, depriving the baby of oxygen and nutrients and making miscarriage more likelyDizziness and weaknessBirth defects, especially in the first trimesterThat& 39;s why saunas, hot tubs, steam baths, and very hot tub baths aren& 39;t safe during pregnancy.
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Most popular baby names of 2018

Sophia celebrates her ninth consecutive year as the top choice for girls, while Jackson remains the most popular name for boys for six years running. Oliver and Layla both jumped into the top 10, pushing out Logan and Zoe. The fastest climbers of 2018 include Everly, Isla, Leo, and Carson.Click on a name below to find its popularity over time, common sibling names, and more.
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