Saturday , 24 June 2017

Baby & Toddler

I Will Always Ask You If Your Child Is Vaccinated, And Here’s Why

Hey new mom friend, Ashley here. Jackson’s mom — yes, that Jackson. The one with the trach, the one with the CHD (congenital heart disease), and the one your little one just invited over to play. Or maybe we set up the time to meet. Either way, I’m super excited to be getting together. Play dates are the best, right? …

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Why You Should Stop Feeding Your Baby From Trendy Little Food Pouches

For the over-stretched parent who doesn’t have time to puree plums or soak grains overnight, portable plastic packs jammed with organic and healthful ingredients are a godsend. On-the-go moms can just twist off the cap and hand a pouch of blueberry flax and oat to a hungry baby to suck on by himself. No spoon or spoon skills required. While …

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Neighbor Pulls Plug On Bouncy Castle Trapping Toddlers Inside

Neighbor caught on camera unplugging bouncy castle, trapping kids inside Parents at a birthday party over the weekend got quite a shock when the bouncy house their kids were playing in began to deflate. But the biggest surprise came later when the homeowner looked through surveillance video and saw exactly why it deflated – their neighbor had unplugged it. File this …

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Mom Claims Banana Boat Sunscreen Severely Burned Her Toddler

Now, she is warning moms everywhere.   One mom is not happy with Banana Boat after she claims its aerosol sunscreen left her child with second-degree burns. Rebecca Cannon of Botwood, Newfoundland, explains that she used Banana Boat’s SPF 50 Broad Spectrum Kids Sunscreen prior to taking her 14-month-old daughter Kyla outside. She knew that Kyla should be using baby …

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We Have FOMO For Our Children And It Needs To Stop

Recently, I was reading about a family determined to pay off their mortgage early. They decided to postpone a vacation to Disney World, which the mother said was an important sacrifice to make, even though “it kills me to think that my 3-year-old is missing out on that experience.” Wow. Never mind that a 3-year-old wouldn’t remember a thing about …

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My Daughter’s Belly And The Lessons Learned

I make fat babies. All four of them have been squishy things with rolls in their thighs and a few chins and the kind of big rosy cheeks that you could just chew on. After the first couple, I just came to expect it and hoped that at the very least maybe my arms would get a little toned from …

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My Conversation With Co-Sleeping Expert James McKenna

Dr. James J. McKenna is a professor of anthropology and the director of the Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame. He is a world-renowned expert on infant sleep — particularly the practice of bed sharing in relation to breastfeeding. In our conversations, he shared his insights on co-sleeping and bi-phasic sleep patterns and offered tips for …

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