Tuesday , 27 June 2017

How Young Is Too Young for Pierced Ears?

Most women can easily recall the first time they got their ears pierced. Usually, each experience is some version of the same story: There’s a minimum age requirement set by the mother, typically around 12 to 14 years old. When the time comes, there’s a trip to the nearby Claire’s or Piercing Pagoda, which is filled with a mixture of …

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Mother Of Triplets Reveals Why She’s Still Breastfeeding Them At FIVE

Australian mother Davina Writght believes that her kids should decide when to stop breastfeeding #1 Davina Wright 47 Year old Davina Wright is the mother of 5 children, of which includes triplets.   #2 Breastfeeding  Davina is breastfeeding her triplets, which is usually commended, but not when they are 5 years old like the Wright triplets. #3 Tired Living in …

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Smallest Mother Ever Shocks The World With Her Third Pregnancy

How far would you go to have a baby? It’s an intriguing question, one that brings up all kinds of “What Ifs?” What if the life of the child was in danger? What is the child would be born severely deformed, or suffering from some debilitating genetic disease? What if you couldn’t conceive? Would you spend all the money in …

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If You Think This Is a Photo of a Grandmother and Her Grandson, Look Twice

No, it’s not what it seems. Grandma is not breathing, and the child in her arms is not a being of flesh and blood. These are hyper-realistic sculptures, recreated with meticulous detail to the point where you don’t know if what you see is alive or not. No, it’s not a trap. This is not a man hidden in boxes. It’s a self-portrait of the author.   Pay attention to the details of her feet, nails, and wrinkles. …

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Stand Up for Mothers Who Can’t or Don’t Breast-feed

The controversy over bottle vs. breast feeding is long-standing. Since the 1950s the LaLeche League has mounted a campaign that essentially (and quite successfully) condemns women who don’t breast-feed their infants. Beyonce with baby Blue Ivy leads an effort to get more celebrities to breast-feed and to encourage their fans to follow suit. Does not breast-feeding make you a terrible …

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8 Amazing Things A Baby Does In The Womb

Pregnancy is, without doubt, amazing. Even on the hardest days of your pregnancy, as you struggle against nausea, leg cramp and getting yourself up off the sofa, it’s pretty hard to ignore the wonder of growing a life inside you. Each week, as you flick through the pages of a book, or swipe to the next section of your app, …

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AAP Expands Guidelines for Infant Sleep Safety and SIDS Risk Reduction

The American Academy of Pediatrics just updated its recommendations on how to create safe sleeping conditions for infants, and not only are they easy to follow, they could also save new parents money and time. While much of the advice is consistent with the AAP’s previous set of recommendations, released in 2011, the latest includes new thinking on the ideal sleep environment …

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NOTICE: Clean how much you have to: Life is out there, live it!

While you’re cleaning, your child is eagerly you and time with you. Hairdresser has not seen you for months, but friends do not notice whether your dust is cleared or not, they only see you. This article is for all those ladies who can not get to read a book, write a diary, play with their child, go to the …

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Breast milk and the baby’s saliva together make Miracles

Through the mother’s nipple in milk ducts after each sip your baby enters a little mixture of milk and its saliva, thanks to the creation of a vacuum and negative pressure, says evolutionary biologist Katie Hynde. Babies breastfed mother’s milk, but liquid does not go in one direction only. Through the mother’s nipple in milk ducts after each sip your …

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