23 Important Infographics Every New Parent Needs To See

#1. Make sure you’re feeding your baby the right stuff.

More at the New Born Baby Zone.

#2. Know how much milk to feed your baby.

More from Babble.

#3. Learn all about baby poo and which you should worry about.

From the Cleveland Clinic Children’s website.

#4. Know your baby’s diaper size and how many they’ll use each day.

More over at Pampers.

#5. Know when to worry — and when not to — when your baby has a fever.

From the Cleveland Clinic Children’s.

#6. Make your home baby proof.

More at Hellobee.

#7. Understand your child’s development.

More at the North Shore Pediatric Therapy.

#8. Decide which cloth diaper is best for you.

Sign up to Which cloth diapers? for more information.

#9. Learn about speech and language milestones.

Learn more at the North Shore Pediatric Therapy.

#10. A mom’s guide to breastfeeding.

From Best New Moms Magazine.

#11. Your favorite baby stores’ size charts.

More tips on shopping for kids at Consignment Mommies.

#12. Know how much sleep your baby should get.

Learn more about sleep from She Knows.

#13. Make sure your baby gets all their vaccines.

Learn more at the California Department of Public Health.

#14. Learn how to swaddle.

#15. Give your kid chores appropriate to their age.

From The Sports Mom Survival Guide.

#16. Learn what happens to your kid’s teeth as they grow.

Learn more at the Indiana State Department of Heath.

#17. Tips on fixing your child’s rear-facing car seat.

From the Car Seat Lady.

#18. Know how involved your child should be in their feeding.

Learn more at the Baby Center.

#19. Learn which dressing skills your child should have as they grow.

From The Inspired Treehouse.

#20. Learn the basics of baby sign language.

Learn more at Baby Sign Language.

#21. Intervene before your baby starts crying.

More on the official website for the Government of Western Australia’s Department of Health.

#22. Know the correct way to buckle your child in their car seat.

From Britax.

#23. Learn more about ADHD.

From the Brain Balance Achievement Center.

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