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ABCs of Newborn Care
Dr. Amanda Vartanian

We’re excited to partner again with Lexington Pediatric Practice to bring you this article regarding The ABCs of Newborn Care by Dr. Amanda Vartanian!

Vintage article written around 2012?

Transition to a convertible car seat that can be placed forward or rear facing when
your child exceeds the upper weight limit of the infant seat or the top of his or her
head is within one inch of the top of the car seat. South Carolina law states that all
children should be rear facing until at least age two unless they have outgrown the
weight or height requirements of the rear-facing seat.
Remember that caring for a newborn is not easy. The best thing you can give your
baby at this age is love; you cannot spoil a baby! There are many resources
available to help support new moms, and your pediatrician can be one of the best.
No question is too small.
newborn baby feet
Amanda Vartanian, MD, is a pediatrician at Lexington Pediatric Practice, a
Lexington Medical Center physician practice with locations in Lexington and West
Columbia. She’s also a mom to Avery (3) and Logan (2 months). She’s accepting
new patients.
ABCs of Newborn Care
811 West Main Street, Suite 204
Lexington, SC 29072
3240 Sunset Boulevard
West Columbia, SC 29169
(803) 359 -8855

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