* Introduction

* Pre-Birth           Mother Care

* Birth

* Bringing your    New Baby          Home

* Inoculations

* Feeding your    Baby

* Drugs

* Diapers

* Washing

* Clothes

* Sickness

* Babysitters

* Friends

* Walking

* Watching

* Playing,    Reading &    Teaching

* Toys

* Jewelry

* Smoking

* Body Parts

* Singing

* Pictures

* After Birth    Mother Care

* Mosquito    Spray and    Coils

* Fans

* Kids and    Animals

* Sanitation &    Cleaning

* Girls and Boys

Toys for Baby

   Everything a baby can put her hands on is a toy. A newspaper, bug, burning mosquito coil, your motorcycle tailpipe, a button that fell off your shirt.

   You should have lots of toys for your baby to play with. This is how she learns. But you need to be very careful of everything that goes near your baby. She can get burned, poke her eyes out, rupture her eardrum, cut her skin, get poisoned, or choke if you're not careful.

* Find out what your baby likes to play with that is safe for her, and keep it around.

* Don't let your baby hold anything that you haven't examined first for potential dangers.