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What’s Happening at 0-3 Months?

Tummy Time Begins!

It’s time for baby to work those abs! Tummy Time can start as soon as your little one comes home from the hospital.

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Baby Massage Helps with Bonding and Development

Bonding is important in these early stages, because baby doesn’t know how to self-calm yet. We have an amazing bonding activity that will also help in many areas of baby’s development.

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Baby Will Be Sleeping A Lot—Here’s How to Keep them Safe

Keep baby safe while they sleep by always putting baby on their back.

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Parent Toolkit

Everything you need to care for your 0-3 month old

Parent Toolkit

Everything you need to care for your 0-3 month old

The Baby Games Calendar

We'll send you weekly, age-appropriate games to promote your baby's development, with videos to watch the games in action.
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Baby's First Year Milestone Guide

Keep track of baby's development with this all-in-one guide.
Order a Baby's First Year Milestone Guide

Frequently Asked Questions

for Parents of 0-3 Month Old Babies

  • If baby was born at or before 37 weeks, you should adjust for prematurity while tracking their milestones.
  • Continue to adjust for prematurity for the first 2 years of their life.
  • Learn how to adjust for prematurity.
  • Try different Tummy Time moves
  • Try playing with a toy while baby is doing Tummy Time. Babies love mirrors during Tummy Time.
  • Learn more about Tummy Time
  • Early check-ups, known as well-baby visits, happen several times in the first year of a child’s life.
  • The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends well-baby visits at 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, and 12 months.
  • Learn more about well-baby visits.
  • Baby should feed 6 times a day.
  • Each feeding will be about 2-6 oz. of liquid.
  • They can only have breast milk or formula at this age.
  • Learn more about feeding baby.
It’s Important to Remember:

Use our checklists to track your baby’s behavior and discuss any concerns with your healthcare professional.

See What a Parent Has to Say

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