More parents than ever before are following the American Academy of Pediatrics’ suggestion to read to babies from birth. It may seem silly to read to an infant, but reading to a newborn matters.
Susan Swindell Day
Susan Day is the editor in chief for this publication and the mom of four amazing kids.
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