This is a month by month guide to your Baby's First Year. It covers milestones and development, sleeping, babycare, immunisation reminders, feeding and more.
- Baby's First Year - 1 month old
- Baby's First Year - 2 month old
- Baby's First Year - 3 month old
- Baby's First Year - 4 month old
- Baby's First Year - 5 month old
- Baby's First Year - 6 month old
- Baby's First Year - 7 month old
- Baby's First Year - 8 month old
- Baby's First Year - 9 month old
- Baby's First Year - 10 month old
- Baby's First Year - 11 month old
- Baby's First Year - 12 month old
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The ability to pick out words from language starts in the very first days of life.
There have long been signs that newborn smiles could signal positive emotions.
They are "extremely attuned" to their parents.
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.
At just six months old Freya Minter is taking the concept of baby steps to a whole other level.
It will help your baby's language development.
One mum's experience after her daughter was diagnosed with IUGR (Intrauterine Growth Restriction).
Research suggest that activity in one generation can impact on the following generation.
The new study found that babies' faces lit up as they spent longer listening to an infant's vowel sounds than to identical noises by a female adult.
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?
Rain Man won four Oscars back in 1989 and now three decades later Australian scientists have discovered more about the brain of the man who inspired the film.
People often tell new parents to avoid sing-song "baby talk" with their new addition to the family because it will slow the child's language development.
Lisa Wilkinson has slammed parents who expose their toddler children to technology.
When I became a parent I learned to fear many things – trucks, motorbikes, sunny streets with no shade, any kind of renovations and especially lawnmowers.
Babies grow at different rates. They're all wonderful little creatures who do things in their own time.
In the beginning, don't worry how stupid you feel - just talk. When a baby is a newborn the content doesn't matter, and language learning has already begun in the womb.