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Baby Milestones You've Never Heard Of
Will my child always pee during diaper changes? When do I need to stop swaddling? If you're curious about lesser-known baby milestones, this eMedTV slideshow is for you. It covers these issues and many more -- including how you might be surprised by your desire to have another baby!

Baby Milestones You've Never Heard Of
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Milestones That Matter

Any Web site can tell you all about the standard milestones -- when your baby will likely sit up, crawl, walk, and so forth. But we've got the scoop on some baby milestones you may not have heard about, particularly if you are a first-time parent. Many of these milestones will likely have a dramatic effect on your life -- sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worse.


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