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Want to keep track of your baby's growth at home?
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Jennifer Shu, MD posted:
If your pediatrician's office doesn't already give you copies of your child's growth chart at the well-baby visits, you can keep your own at home. Ask your doctor which one of the CDC's charts is the best to use and be sure to ask him or her if you have any questions or concerns about your baby's height, weight, or head circumference.
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