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    Your baby’s world right now

    A personality all his own.

    Your baby’s development is taking off as he starts to reveal his budding personality. He’s about to start the physical changes of becoming a toddler, so it’s time to prepare the next growth spurt.
    Your baby’s development is taking off as he starts to reveal his budding personality. He’s about to start the physical changes of becoming a toddler, so it’s time to prepare the next growth spurt.
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    Your baby’s nutrition

    Prepare to wave “buh-bye” to the bottle.

    If your 1-year-old is still using the bottle, here are some helpful tips that could help his transition to a sippy cup.
    If your 1-year-old is still using the bottle, here are some helpful tips that could help his transition to a sippy cup.
    • In the beginning, offer the cup instead of midday bottles.
    • Do not let your baby roam with the bottle. Limit the places he can have it (on your lap, at the table).
    • In the beginning, introduce water in a sippy cup with one meal per day. Continue breastfeeding.
    • Give him a small snack before bedtime. It could help him get to sleep.
    • Offer special time with a favorite blanket or special stuffed animal before bedtime, instead of a bottle.
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    Your baby’s development

    How time flies when you’re turning one.

    You’ve both come so far during the past 12 months. Your baby will continue to develop at his own pace, which is completely normal. Around this time is when your baby will be able to:
    You’ve both come so far during the past 12 months. Your baby will continue to develop at his own pace, which is completely normal. Around this time is when your baby will be able to:
    • Take his first solo steps
    • Say two words other than “mama” and “dada”
    • Speak in “baby-talk” sentences
    • Imitate your actions
    • Drink from a cup without help
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    Things to think about now

    Help keep your baby’s brain developing with play in both social settings and your one-on-one time with him.

    Introduce him to brief play dates to practice playing in groups. There won’t be much interactive playing yet, but he’ll get used to the playing environment.
    Help keep your baby’s brain developing with play in both social settings and your one-on-one time with him.

    Introduce him to brief play dates to practice playing in groups. There won’t be much interactive playing yet, but he’ll get used to the playing environment.

    “Read” a picture book together. Identify what you see on each page to help him learn new words and objects.
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