If a baby's eye color is going to change, the change occurs within the first year of life, with the most rapid change taking place during the first six months. The most rapid change often occurs within babies born with b... More »

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Kittens' eyes change color permanently by three months of age. The eye color of most newborn kittens is a shade of blue. Once permanent, colors range from brown to green. More »

Eyes do not actually change colors, but the way they appear can change at different times, according to UCSB Scienceline. People who have different colors of pigment in their irises tend to notice the most changes in the... More »

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Human babies can safely eat eggs beginning at six months, when solid foods have been introduced, says BabyCenter. When introducing eggs for the first time, they should be eaten separately from any other allergy-causing f... More »

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The Mayo Clinic states that during the first six months, infants gain 5 to 7 ounces per week. During the following six months, infants gain 3 to 5 ounces per week. Numerous factors play into the expected weight gain of a... More »

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Milestones reached in a baby's first year include the first real smile, rolling over, sleeping through the night and the emergence of a tooth. These and other milestones follow a loose timeline that helps parents discern... More »

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Allowing babies to get familiar with the feel of a cup early is helpful in the weaning process. Putting formula or breastmilk into a toddler training cup can also help to wean a baby from the bottle. More »

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