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Waiting Games: Fun Ways to Pass Time in Lines
Disneyland was made for kids, but that doesn’t mean the lines were. Here’s how to keep your little one entertained while you’re in wait-mode. go now >>

Go Out and Play: Month by Month
A month-by-month guide to keeping your baby (and you!) entertained, all year round. go now >>

Make a Little Magic with Music
Your baby might not know the difference between Beethoven and the Beatles just yet, but that doesn’t mean she’s not ready for some music appreciation. Research has shown that music can boost babies’ development in lots of ways, like helping improve listening skills and memory. It can also turn a grouchy baby into a happy one (and that one’s mama-tested!). Here are seven ideas to get your little one in a musical state of mind. go now >>

Easter Fun for Your Little One
Babies may not be old enough to eat real candy, but Easter is filled with enough eye candy to keep them engaged and delighted. Here are nine (sugar-free) ways to have fun with your baby this Easter. go now >>

8 Things to Save in Baby’s Book
At first, when Baby is brand new, you want to keep anything that has to do with him: every congratulations card, the umbilical cord stump, the teensy (but clean!) diaper. It’s only later — when the baby book is practically bursting apart — that you realize that you don’t need to save absolutely everything. Here’s a foolproof guide to knowing what to keep. go now >>

5 Unique Ways to Celebrate Baby’s Firsts
For babies, all those firsts happen fast and furious: the first coo, the first giggle, the first step. As a parent, you don’t want to forget any of them — but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for just posting them on Facebook or YouTube. Go for something more creative. After all, you only get one chance to capture a first. go now >>

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