Your Baby, Week 1
Congratulations, your baby is finally here! You made it through 40 weeks of pregnancy and have a beautiful newborn boy or girl to show for it.
You may be gazing at this tiny human being in your arms and thinking, “now what!?” It’s normal to feel a little overwhelmed, considering your baby is completely dependent on you for all of her needs.
If you’re wishing that your baby came with an instruction manual, this may be the next best thing—a weekly message in your in-box offering practical advice and parenting information throughout your baby’s first year.
You can also visit ParentSavvy anytime to read about all those things you are seeing and learning for the first time.
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Evaluating your baby's health and age
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Your baby's body
Here are the basics about some of the differences you may have seen in your baby's body.