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During their first few years, babies become toddlers and then little children. The change is amazing and watching them develop is hugely rewarding. Babies grow at different rates so it's fun to capture how fast they do grow. Why not create a height chart on one of your own walls at home? Stand your children against a clear bit of wall, balance a cereal box, or other flat object, on their head and mark a line at the bottom of it. Write the date next to the line and make a new record on the first day of every month. Don't forget to write their name too if you have more than one child! Over time you'll chart their growth and when you look back, you'll be able to see just how quickly they really did grow up!
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