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Healthy Baby, Happy Parent podcast
New parents have a lot of questions. Healthy Baby, Happy Parent from Children's Wisconsin is the podcast that answers those questions and more. In each episode we will talk to a different pediatrician from the Children's Wisconsin team to get the answers to your most challenging parenting questions. We will tackle everything from feeding your baby, to tracking development, to worrying about that first cold.
We'll equip you with current evidence-based information, as well as "been there, done that" ideas and advice from our knowledgeable team of pediatric experts. Parenting isn't always easy, but with Children's Wisconsin as your partner, you can make all of those tough decisions with a little more confidence, and taking care of your baby can be a little less stressful and a lot more fun.
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New episodes every Thursday.
- Episode 1 — Are you ready for baby?
- Episode 2 — Essential ways to help your baby thrive
- Episode 3 — Sleep, baby, sleep!
- Episode 4 — Baby's sick...now what?
- Episode 5 — Baby's sick...now what? part two
- Episode 6 — Well-baby checkups: what are they for?
- Episode 7 — Taking care of you
- Episode 8 — Rashes, bumps, flakes and itchies: your baby's skin issues, solved!
- Episode 9 — What goes in, must come out
- Episode 10 — Breastfeeding your baby, month by month
- Episode 11 — Bottle-feeding and introducing solids, month by month
- Episode 12 — Ways to know your baby loves you
- Special Episode — Protecting your baby from COVID-19
- Episode 13 — Understanding your baby's development
- Episode 14 — Is this normal? Pediatricians answer your most common parenting questions
Children's Wisconsin Primary Care
At Children's Wisconsin, we're committed to bringing your family the best care and peace of mind. We believe a pediatrician's job is more than just vaccines, prescriptions, physicals, well child and sick visits. As your primary care partner, we're here to truly listen and do everything we can to enhance your child's physical, mental and emotional health and well-being — no matter what.