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The Mommy MD Guide to Your Baby s First Year offers tips on both the challenges and the celebrations of a baby s first year. You ll discover how Mommy MD Guides made it through challenges such as breastfeeding, getting the baby to sleep, and coping with stress. You ll also learn how they enjoyed wonderful celebrations of a baby s first year, such as introducing the baby to their family and friends, having playdates, and celebrating their babies first birthdays.”