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Recognizing and Dealing with Baby Growth Spurts

Baby Growth Spurts--between 1-3 weeks, 6-8 weeks, 3 months, 6 months, and 9 months---signs to look out for and why he wants to eat SO much

Although growth spurts can happen anytime during the first year, your baby will most likely have his initial spurt between one and three weeks; and another between six and eight weeks. After that, you can expect more at three months, six months, and nine months. The good news: A baby's growth spurts usually last only a couple days, so your baby (and your life) should get back to normal soon.

from MomJunction

Baby Growth Spurts - Everything You Need To Know

The first year of motherhood can be a nerve wrecking experience. But, one of the most rewarding parts of this difficult experience is to see your little one mature and grow.

from MomJunction

Baby Growth Spurts - Everything You Need To Know

The first year of motherhood can be a nerve wrecking experience. But, one of the most rewarding parts of this difficult experience is to see your little one mature and grow.