Dr. Alison Mitzner, MD, a pediatrician and author of Calm and Confident Parenting tells Romper. “In the first month of life, some newborns may develop acne on their faces,” says Dr. Mitzner.
Pediatrician, Dr. Alison Mitzner tells Romper that while most babies start to crawl a little earlier or later than 9 months, some babies skip it altogether, and go right to standing and cruising.
No two coughs are the same, but some are easier to trace than others. “Some causes of a cough include colds and viruses, or post-nasal discharge,” Dr. Alison Mitzner, M.D., a board-certified pediatrician and author of Calm and Confident Parenting, tells Romper.
Don’t worry, this phase doesn’t last too long.
Because you need all the rest you can get.
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