Here are our articles in which a pediatrician explains about potty training and developmental milestones and gives some useful tips for new parents.
When do babies start walking?
When do babies start walking? Baby’s first steps are an eagerly awaited event for many parents. A pediatric orthopedist explains the fascinating evolution from crawling to walking.
Potty training – 9 tips from the expert
Potty training – when, where and how do you do it? Don't worry if you missed baby potty training, it's not too late. Read the pediatrician's tips on giving your tot a smooth potty training experience.
Infant attachment explained
Your baby’s interest in looking at other people is part of the infant attachment process – the ability to form an attachment to one or two people closest to them.
Tummy time: Strengthen your baby's neck muscles
Imagine if your head weighed one third of your total body weight! That’s how it is for newborns. Newborn babies are not strong enough to hold their heads upright without support, so a baby's neck needs proper head support for the first 5 months.
When do babies crawl?
Learn more about an exciting time in life. We’ve asked a pediatric orthopedist to explain a baby’s development from a tiny bundle to a baby who moves around independently.
When to start potty training? Five key signs to look for
How do I know when to start potty training for my child? 5 signs that your child is ready for potty training.