When Can Baby Sit In High Chair?

When can baby sit in a high chair? I know it’s a common question, but it would still baffle first-time parents.

I’m guilty of buying almost everything before giving birth, and I was convinced I needed to purchase them in advance – booster seats, play mats, and of course highchair.

To be fair, it was on sale. Ha!

Nevertheless, one of the important things I learned in motherhood is that you shouldn't rush everything whether it’s about enjoying way too advanced toys or using gears that babies are not yet ready to use.

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Best Breast Milk Storage Bags 2018 – Buyer’s Guide

Here’s a joke nursing mums can relate to, those who say "there’s no use crying over spilt milk" have obviously never breastfed. Especially because there are mothers with insufficient supply, it’s heartbreaking when our liquid gold gets wasted.

So it’s important to choose the best breast milk storage bags so you won’t end up pumping and dumping.

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The Top 5 Best Double Strollers For Infant And Toddler

For growing families or couples with multiple kids on the way, a regular stroller is never enough. Whether you’re traveling or buying groceries, you need only the best double strollers for infant and toddler because let’s face it; you won’t be using it for just a few months.

You want something that will grow with your little ones.

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The Best Gift For Daycare Provider: Our Top 7 Picks

Daycares have become a real life-saver for parents. Whether you need to go back to work, have a business to take care of or if you just want to reap the benefits (socialization, for one) of sending your kids to daycare; it has become a popular choice nowadays.

But what if you’re moving to another town? Or you need someplace that’s nearer your home? It’s not exactly a SOP but rather, an unspoken etiquette to leave a gift for daycare provider when leaving.

After all, they’ve helped you in more ways than one. At least, that’s what I felt!

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When Do Kids Learn Letters And How To Help Them

As a self-confessed bookworm, one of the things I wished for when I was pregnant was for my little one to love reading books too. So I religiously read to my then-infant anything from fairy tales to famous children’s stories.

When my baby boy turned six months old, I bought him some cloth and board books. But as expected, he had more appreciation for those with photos, drawings and colourful images than the ones with letters. That’s normal.

And I know all of you are wondering as well: when do kids learn letters? When do they even start to recognise them?

Right now, you should also visit this article about other milestone in the development of children as: when should babies start playing with toys?

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