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10. Make lots of memories
Sooner than you think, it will be hard to imagine your baby was ever that small. For a fun way to chart her growth, have someone take a weekly photo of you and your newborn in a favorite chair. As the months go by, you'll see less of the chair and more of her. Thanks to digital cameras, some now as low as $100, and free online photo-sharing sites (such as shutterfly.com or kodak gallery.com.), relatives can order (and pay for!) photos of your little one themselves. Also, hang a calendar in the nursery for jotting down developmental notes, such as "reached for rattle."