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Do You Have Any Concerns on Your Baby? How to Manage it with Your Baby

When your baby grows, you may have some joys to see it but also some concerns on their growth. Find out how to actually deal with it. 
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14 Months Old Baby: Food, Language, Sleep and Other Characteristics

It is easy to compare their developmental level with someone else's and worry about whether they are behind, but in most cases, this is an "individual difference”.
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When does the “Terrible Two” End? Characteristics of Children’s Behavior, Causes, and How Parents Can Respond: Part 1

Babies in the "terrible two" stage begin to assert themselves violently. Many parents are puzzled by these words and actions. Here, we will provide a summary of the characteristics of 1-, 2-, and 3-year-old (on the next article) babies who are likely to experience the "terrible two," their feelings, the reasons why the "terrible two" is necessary for their growth, and how to respond to them.
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Baby’s Growth at 1 Year and 3 Months: Weaning and Playing  

The feeling of security that "mom and dad accept me" is an essential element for babies to develop a sense of self-esteem. We encourage you to warmly watch your baby's budding ego and support his or her growth.  
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Average Weight and Language Development of One Year and Three-month-old Babies

You will see many developments on your baby during this period. They try to do many things by themselves. They may be frustrated when they can’t do what they want to do. Therefore, please see and support them gently.
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Concerns about Child Care of a One-and-a-Half-Year-Old

Usually, you don’t need to be worried too much about your baby, however, if you think something is wrong at his 1.5 years old, it may be time to think about it seriously and talk with your doctor.
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Development of Language, Eating, and Play at One and a Half Years Old

The reason why health checkups are held at the halfway point of the child's first year and a half is because it becomes easier to identify developmental delays, etc., that until now have been left to "wait and see”. What will babies be able to do during this period when developmental differences begin to become noticeable?
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Growth and Development of a One-Year-Old: How Do You Balance Work and Childcare?

When your child turns one year old, many of you may feel that the year has gone by in a flash. In just one year, a baby who was once just sleeping in your arms is now walking on his own and saying words that make sense. From now on, one-year-olds will continue to make even greater progress toward toddlerhood. In this article, we will discuss the growth of the one-year-old child and the important points to keep in mind.
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Climbing the Stairs to Toddlerhood: What are the Growth Guidelines and Characteristics of a One-Year-Old?

When your baby turns to one year old, they may be able to stand and walk finally. And this stage is considered as toddlerhood. You will see your baby growing every day as they can do new things almost every day/week which surprise you.
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Growth Precautions for 9-month-old Babies: Part 2

Many people may be troubled by the differences between their 9-month-old baby and other children around them, as well as by new behaviors such as "following”. Here is some advice to address the concerns and questions that many mothers and fathers have.
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