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One day your cuddly infant will be an oh-so-cool “Mom, don’t touch me!” teenager. When that day comes, don’t let her exclaim, “I can’t believe you made me wear that!” when she looks at those baby photos. These hot finds will keep all babies in style from the get-go.

Stylin’ Baby ✽  If poodle skirts from

✽  Even a style-conscious teenager

the 1950s can be cool again, Retro Baby Tube Socks can make an even bigger comeback. These cozy socks fit babies 3-18 months, come in unisex colors – strawberry, blueberry, banana and pear – and are made from bamboo with AZOfree dyes (AZOs are a class of compounds in dyes, some identified as carcinogens). Set of four, $30. Little girls will swoon over the necklace bodysuit from Hank and Jo Jo, $28. hankandjojo.com.

wouldn’t find fault with the fashionable baby footwear from Pediped. The pre-walkers for girls and boys in a variety of colors and styles are just too cute, plus they have excellent workmanship. $35 at pediped.com (check the sale area for shoes starting at $16).

✽  Applique Coveralls from Kicky Pants will have baby looking sharp, and they even come with a cute animal on the bottom. They’re warm for winter and convenient for mom – the coveralls have a “drop-down butt” that allows for easy diaper checks. $34 at kickypants.com.

Help move the science of autism forward. Join our study. Marcus Autism Center, one of the leading autism research centers in the U.S., is looking for infants for a new study about social development. Babies are enrolled prior to birth, or as newborns, and are followed by the research team until they reach 24 or 36 months of age. Depending upon time of enrollment, we may see your baby 10 to 16 times.

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We are looking for moms who are either pregnant or have a newborn under the age of 3 months and:

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– Have an older child with an autism spectrum disorder, OR – Have an older child who is typically developing and no history of autism in the extended family This study looks at the early development patterns of social, visual and vocal engagement in young children. The goal is to help doctors diagnose autism and developmental delays earlier so that children can get the care they need sooner.

BIG Baby BOOK

Contact Beth Asher, Project Coordinator, at beth.asher@choa.org or 404-785-9473 for details. All participants will be compensated for their time. Services provided in Atlanta, Ga. atlantaparent.com

Big Baby Book 2012  

Guide for New and Expectant Parents

Big Baby Book 2012  

Guide for New and Expectant Parents