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0 to 6 Months

Well Visit Paperwork

To help paint a complete picture of your child's health and development, please fill out these forms and bring them with you to each well visit.

1 month

2 months

4 months

6 months

Breastfeeding

Foxhall Pediatrics encourages breastfeeding infants for the first 6-12 months. In addition to promoting mother and child bonding and providing immune support, breastmilk is an excellent and readily available source of nutrition.  Many factors impact the establishment and continuation of breast feeding and we want to support families at every step of the process.

While many medications are considered safe for use while breastfeeding, others may affect the infant, the mother’s milk supply or interact with current medications.  Always check with your prescribing physician or pediatrician when you have questions about taking a medication while breastfeeding.

Developmental Concerns?

If you have any concerns about your child’s speech, social or motor skills, please complete the “Ages and Stages Questionnaire” appropriate for their age and bring it to their Well Child Visit.