The Baby Doctor
 Can you schedule Dr. Johnson's baby-busy morning?
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 May 5, 2003
 Friday morning, local pediatrician Dr. Johnson N. Johnson had appointments with five infants scheduled at 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30, and 11:00. Each of the five, including the Ortiz baby, is a different number--1, 2, 3, 4, or 5--of months old. Given the notes from Dr. Johnson's appointment book below, can you determine the full name and age of the baby he examined at each time? Immediately after seeing infant Beth, Dr. Johnson examined the Majors infant, who is 2 months younger than Beth. Erica isn't the one of the five who is 1 month old. The doctor saw David later in the morning than the 1-month-old. The 9:30 appointment was with the 3-month-old baby. The Luce infant isn't the one who is 5 months of age. Dr. Johnson saw the Nash infant, then examined Alice, who is 2 months older than the Nash baby. The pediatrician's 10:00 appointment was with Chad, who isn't the Majors or the Nash baby. The Prior baby isn't the 1-month-old and wasn't the doctor's 9:00 examinee.