It comes naturally to bilingual bubs.
Baby books come ready to go with spaces for photos and lines to fill out the dates of classic baby milestones — baby's first haircut, baby's first tooth, baby's first solid food — these are all things that new parents want to remember and share. But what about the milestones that leave us hysterically laughing (or crying), like baby's first inappropriate public outburst?
Tired of making carrot purée? Take a look at this mum's homemade baby food creations.
A newborn girl has impressed hospital staff by taking her first steps on the day she was born.
A new study is demonstrating that babies can do more than we think they can.
First images of how babies' brains develop have been released in a landmark study that will eventually tell us more about brain growth and life outcomes than we've ever known before.
Could Pink get any more awesome?
It came as a total surprise.
Don't believe us? It's true.
Or is it just another way to judge mums and dads?
The photographer came up with the perfect response.
Their heads not their nappies, that is.
Take notice parents, there's a new baby trend that you need to be aware of so you don't offend others who might have embraced it.
It's a safety trick many don't know about, but it may just save your child's life.
Parents are being urged to ensure their baby carrier is safe and being used properly after a four-week-old died while being held by his mother in one.
If you do some baby-watching, you will be amazed at how even very young babies communicate.
Doctors are warning parents not to swaddle their babies as an increasing number of infants in Australia are suffering hip dysplasia, which, left untreated, may lead to early osteoarthritis.
Lots, in fact most, of us have been there.
Now you can share your JT appreciation with your little ones.
It might be cute, but it's not safe.
Exhaustion can be damaging.
From four months old, babies sleep better when they're in their own rooms finds new research, which contradicts current recommendations around safe infant sleep practices.
OPINION: Most new parents are familiar with the delirium that comes with loving a newborn. Senses are heightened and you exist in a state where survival, for you and the baby, is all that matters. Waking every few hours to fill a tiny tummy time after time after time is trying, even as it comes with moments of complete peace and happiness.
A Federal Court judge has rejected a request for him to taste a kids' snack food at the centre of a legal stoush over its nutritional value.
Spoonfed babies found to be less adventurous eaters.
Introducing food to a baby’s diet is one of the biggest milestone of the first six months.
A child's bowel movement in a swimming pool that led to a pump failure and sent chlorine into a nearby creek has cost a NSW council $15,000.
The producer behind a controversial anti-vaccination film which has been touring Australia has been banned from returning to the country for three years.
A recommendation to fund a genetic screening test will ease the financial burden on parents who carry genetic abnormalities.
It's all about solidarity.
The first time Kerry Moore heard about fragile X syndrome she was sitting in the developmental paediatrician's office with her 12-month-old son.
Australian babies are being given antibiotics at rates drastically higher than those in other industrialised countries.
Paternal engagement in those early months of life can create new pathways for cognitive development, says a new study.
There is always something so beautiful about babies with special connections to their older family members. But what Aria McMahon has with her grandmother Pamela is pure magic.
Nobody knows more about engaging kids through play than Fisher-Price.
Playgroup NSW membership is now free for a year, for anyone with an infant under 12 months of age.
Does it work for your baby?
What's the best way to mentally stimulate your baby? It doesn't take a genius - just a loving, involved parent.
Wee Wigs wants to help dress up your baby.
A long list of prams, strollers and portacots have been recalled from brands including B.O.B, Britax and Graco.
Many mums have a very special place in their hearts for one particular pram.