- n the early stage of growth or development
- n the earliest state of immaturity
- You didn't pop out of the womb prewired for cupcakes, but long ago, early in your babyhood, you got your first taste of one, and instantly a series of sensory, metabolic and .
- Studies have shown that by preschool age, children whose parents gesture or talk to them less in babyhood know significantly fewer vocabulary words than children whose parents .
- While her husband was al most constantly under fire, Lady Bird rarely became a target except, perhaps, for cracks about her babyhood nickname and her Texas drawl.
News & Articles
- Breastfeeding As State Policy? Venezuela Weighs Advertising Ban On Baby Bottles
CARACAS - In Venezuela, the future of baby bottles is looking grim. A proposed bill would ban, among other things, all advertising and promotion of this timeworn symbol of babyhood — as well as the use of baby bottles in health centers for children under the age of six months, Spanish-language news agency EFE reports.
June 21, 2013 - The Oneida Daily Dispatch
- Gareth Jones in WalesOnline
Gareth Jones, secretary of ASCL Cymru, said: "Screening of eyesight and hearing is essential as children grow from babyhood because it has a significant impact on their capacity to learn. In most schools where the teacher observes a problem they...