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On the grow: Month 1
Congratulations on your new little one!

At long last, your baby has arrived. Now you're adjusting to life together—busy days, sleepless nights and all.

Even now, through the fog of fatigue, you can catch clear glimpses of your baby's personality. In the weeks and months to come, you'll learn even more as your baby grows and changes.

During these tender, early days, cherish the moments. Trust your instincts. And remember, it's OK to let others help out now and then.

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Parent's Corner
Keeping your new baby safe
Following some simple rules can help keep your baby safe from harm.
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Caring for yourself after delivery
Your body needs time and care to recover from pregnancy and birth.
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Getting started on breastfeeding
Breastfeeding takes practice, but it's worth the effort.
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Question of the Month
Does my baby need vaccines?
Yes. Vaccinating your child is one of the most important things you can do to protect his or her health.

Vaccines can safely help protect your child from many common and potentially serious illnesses. Your child's doctor can help you know what vaccines your baby needs, and when.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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